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ESPN NFL Live Top 5 QBs for Next 8 Seasons

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I question whether Griffin will even last eight years.

(honestly, I question whether Griffin will last four years)

If/When he comes back. I expect him to become the next Fran Tarkington. Scramble like a headless chicken, but take advantage of his speed when the opportunity arises. And when the play is over, butt down and cleats up. In other words, slide. Don't know where this thought came from other than not wanting to see him try and run that pistol again. Stay away son, stay far away.

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LOLFLACCO!!

He makes some good throws occasionally...but comon now.......I think I rather have Dalton than Flacco as a franchise qb....and i would like neither.

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Both of those list are terrible IMO. Any list that has Luck #1 is stupid. So sorry Bruschi.

Also any list from those choices that doesn't have Kaep on it is stupid. Sorry Woodson.

I guess since I called their lists stupid I should do my list so you guys can repay the favor if you choose:

1. Aaron Rodgers. - he is the best QB in the league and will probably continue to be so for the next 8 years.

2. Colin Kaepernick- I'm a believer. I hate putting him over Cam. I still think Cam can be better though.

3. Cam Newton- He is already just as good as anyone else on this list not named Rogers, and I think he still has the most room for improvement on the list, thus has a much higher upside than anyone on this list.

4. Russell Wilson- Special guy special QB (the UNC fan in me just vomited a little, good thing he is actually a Badger).

5. RG3- the offense that Shanahan has put in place for RG3 is a perfect match for RG3's skillset. As long as they are together RG3 is going to be highly productive. I don't think he is the type of QB that can play in any system though.

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1. Aaron Rodgers. - he is the best QB in the league and will probably continue to be so for the next 8 years.

2. Cam Newton- He is already just as good as anyone else on this list not named Rogers, and I think he still has the most room for improvement on the list, thus has a much higher upside than anyone on this list.

3. Colin Kaepernick- I'm a believer. I hate putting him over Russell. I still think Russell can be better though.

4. Russell Wilson- Special guy special QB (He will always run with the pack.)

5. Mike Glennon- the offense that Reid has put in place for Glennon is a perfect match for Glennon's skillset. As long as they are together Glennon is going to be highly productive. I don't think he is the type of QB that can play in any system though.

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ESPN said Chris Simms would be an elite QB after his rookie season.

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It's TMZSPN. If you really want to heed what they're saying then embrace the villian role. I feel like that channel panders to high schoolers though.

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Cam, RG3, Kaepernick, Wilson > Luck

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