Jaws ranks Locker 31st among QBs

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  1. RavensShallBurn

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    To be honest, Jake has a similar style to McNair... And Steve wasn't even really relevant until 1999, so I wouldn't write Jake off just yet.

    If Locker can be as good as Steve within the next few years, we're gonna win a damn Super Bowl once and for all.
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  2. RavensShallBurn

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    Locker has a better completion percentage and passer rating than Luck, so it's funny when I hear everyone claiming Luck has already filled Peyton's shoes.

    I'm not saying Locker is better than Luck because I don't think that... But Luck will never be better than average.
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  3. Gunny

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    I swear I thought this said Jews, not Jaws.
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  4. Two Kings

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    Maybe I made a quick edit or maybe you see what you want to see...
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  5. Ghost

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    How is he #31... please.

    Gabbert?
    Sanchez?
    Whoever is starting for the Cards?
    Whoever is starting for the Bills?
    Weeden? lol
    Palmer?
    Vick?
    Newton?

    He has by no means proved himself to be a top QB, but putting him at 31 is too harsh.
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    Palmer, Vick, and Newton are all better than Locker as of right now, but I have no clue how you could have Gabbert, Sanchez, Weeden, and Kolb/EJ Manuel ahead of him. It's insane.

    Oh well.
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    Jaws is just trying to piss as few people off as possible, so he picks on the small market QB.
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  8. Tennessy XO

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    I say Locker ain't in the top 25.
    That isn't a stretch.

    Putting players who've never taken a NFL snap ahead of him is a bit much.

    Also Luck is a stud and a baller.
    Us Titans fans should probably get comfortable with that.
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  9. Ghost

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    doesn't mean the guy doesn't look stupid.

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    http://espn.go.com/blog/afcsouth/post/_/id/17341/the-nfl-passer-rating-leader-vince-young

    Raise your hand if you expected Vince Young to have a better passing rating through Week 8 of the NFL season than Peyton Manning. Keep it raised if you expected Young to lead the NFL.

    Mine’s not up, and I phrased it that way so I would not be typing one-handed.

    Vince Young has a league-best passer rating of 103.1, ahead of No. 2 Peyton Manning (101.4). The passer rating formula uses attempts, completions, yards, interceptions and touchdowns. A rating of 100 is good. Young came into the season with a career rating of 72.3.
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