Andy Dalton:My friend once tried to convince me that Mark Sanchez was better than Andy Dalton based on playoff record. However, it is actually hard to win in the playoffs and maybe he would now that if the Jets made it more often. Fact is, the Red Rifle has led the Bengals to four straight playoff appearances, probably a fifth if you consider the fact that he has led them to an 8-0 start in a not easy AFC North. It’s easy to forget that Dalton is just in his fifth year and is developing as any QB would, and he is has made Tyler Eifert a legit fantasy weapon.
Blake Bortles: You’d suck too if you were on the Jags. Give the man some time. He’s got 17 Tds to 10 picks with an offensive line that could block a defensive line as bad as, well, um, the jaguars defensive line. Hell mature and then watch out. He’ll be good.
Eli Manning: Are you dumb? Sure he had one terrible year but the man’s got 2 super bowl MVPs, is the clutchest QB according to 538 (sorry Brady), and has carried the Giants through injury rattled seasons as long as I can remember. He’s killing it this year at 19 TDs to 6 picks and has the Giants in a position to make a run for the playoffs.
Tom Brady: Oh my god. Best to ever play the game. Simple as that.
Cam Newton: So what he overthrows the ball? Way too many people have told me they don’t think the panthers can make noise because Newton is not a normal QB. So I tell them neither was Jerry Rice but he won a super bowl, and people who know so little about football as to think Newton cannot win usually don’t catch my trick. Fact is, the Panthers are 8-0 and Cam has been throwing to people who are probably technically receivers given the loss of Benjamin. He might win MVP, watch out.