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ESPN NFL Live Top 5 QBs for Next 8 Seasons

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Meh. ESPN only cares about the next big thing, it's tabloid tv.

If the Ravens hadn't won the superbowl those clowns wouldn't have given Joe Flacco a thought for that list.

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awww no a weepfest for the huddle, i'll bring the tissues for everybody

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-Dan Patrick show in the morn on the way to work.

-PFT at lunch break

-Huddle when I get home. Usually one of you goobers got more info than espn would ever know.

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When the team starts winning, the praise will come. Until then...deal with it.

ESPN has a short term memory and will jump on the hottest thing when they see it. Kaep was a nobody before he brokeout. Now he's probably one of the top 10 QBs on the lists of many ESPN "experts".

That channel is all about popularity contests.

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Cam wasn't nominated for any Grammys and I hear that Cam has not been nominated for any of the CMAs this year, either. Pisser. More fuel for the bulletin board material fire.

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^^ This.. Plus..

If he were in everyones top 5, with the two seasons we have had, everyone on here would be on pins and needles thinkin he is about to leap frog the panthers to a bigger market.

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I mean I literally just fast forwarded through 1 weeks worth of NFL32, a show designed around showing ALL 32 teams...

Well they talked about the Panthers 2 times, in 5 shows!!!

F espn can't stand it

And pro football talk isn't much better

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