- Nick Foles (128.0 QB rating, 1st in the NFL, 18 TDs passing/rushing, 1 turnover intercepted/fumbled, 8 games played)
- Russell Wilson (105.1, 6th, 20 TDs, 11 TOs, 11 games)
- Mike Glennon (91.6, 9th, 13 TDs, 6 TOs, 8 games)
- Cam Newton (88.3, 16th, 22 TDs, 10 TOs, 11 games)
- Colin Kaepernick (86.6, 18th, 17 TDs, 11 TOs, 11 games)
- Andy Dalton (85.2, 20th, 21 TDs, 18 TOs, 11 games)
- Andrew Luck (84.3, 21st, 19 TDs, 9 TOs, 11 games)
- E.J. Manuel (82.1, 24th, 8 TDs, 6 TOs, 7 games)
- Ryan Tannehil (82.0, 25th, 16 TDs, 15 TOs, 11 games)
- Robert Griffin III (81.9, 26th, 14 TDs, 15 TOs, 11 games)
- Christian Ponder (78.7, 27th, 11 TDs, 13 TOs, 8 games)
- Geno Smith (62.1, 34th (last), 11 TDs, 22 TOs, 11 games)
Cam's QB rating took a solid blow against Miami with his lowest QB rating in a game since playing Arizona. But he played a very solid and efficient 2nd half in the Miami game. And with Revis possibly bring absent for the Bucs in this weekends game, it may present a chance for Cam and Smitty to feast.
The most important measurement for qb are W!!!!
What was that? Ok, that only apply when cam is losing?
You forgot: Played his first five years, during which he got all his sb rings, knowing what play the defense had called due to a cheating coach.
All-Time Top 10 Career passing statistics all higher then Joe Montana except for Superbowl wins
Joe Montana has ONLY one more Superbowl ring then Tom, with Jerry Rice, John Taylor and Roger Craig compared to Givens, Patten, Branch
Patriots defense was never the 85 bears or 00 Ravens and didn't have who many people considered stars back then but a bunch of "journey men"
Tom Brady holds the record for the most touchdown passes in a season 50. That has nothing to do with coaching
Tom Brady has 40 game winning drives, 8th all time.
The only quarterback along with Joe Montana to have multiple superbowl MVPs AND league MVPs
The first ever unanimously voted MVP for a quarterback ever
A winning record head to head against Peyton Manning with all of Peyton's HOF toys that he had
The most playoff wins by a quarterback of all time
8 probowl appearances
The third highest passer rating of all time - checkout pro football reference.com
Wes Welker drop away from winning the superbowl in 2011 with the 31st ranked defense and a banged up Rob Gronkowski
Engineered the 3rd highest scoring offense of all time last year with no Rob Gronkowski and a total QBR of 93%
I can go on and on and on......
Oh year, for year Peyton had Harrison, Wayne, Clark and Edgerrin James..
you give Tom a little known slot receiver from MIA and a washed up "slow" Randy Moss and breaks every passer record known to mankind, shattered Peyton Manning's records and go undefeated and nearly break the hearts of Mercury Morris and Bob Griese.. how can you not respect that.
Tom Brady is so great and the best but people are so hateful and jealous that they will say things that are stupid. But that's ok because the game will be played on the field where Brady always showcases his greatness.
Isn't a home the thing you save for? Real estate is an investment. I'm not saying he should go buy a castle, but damn, a millionaire in a small manufactured home when he has a family? That's a bit odd.
Save for what? How about retirement? Which if you are a football player could be one hit away. Especially a guy like Hartsock that could be gone just because a new OC does not think he fits the system (or a better veteran becomes available).
And that is not even considering he is one trade away from having to go to work in New York or Miami or San Diego or Seattle tomorrow.
I say he is doing the smart thing, plenty of time to get his dream house in his dream place once he retires (or saves up enough to not have to worry).
How contracts work and cap space is far from what this article is about..........its about changing front office philosophy
Guy just upgraded himself from "not very smart" to moron.
I thought he was "not very smart" because this like he say Gross and Kalil and heros for recontructing and helping the team. Without mensioning that Gross is taking a huge pay cut in the process and Kalil is making MORE money in the new deal.
I assumed he at least had checked Beasons contract.
Turns out he didn't (or did not understand it):
"Jon Beason, who is making a ridiculous $10 million a year, "
NO, he is not. Beason is set to make $5,250,000 in 2013. He also suggest he take a 50% pay cut (while guranteeing 2014 at 50% cut too). Only problem is $3,750,000 of the 2013 money is already guaranteed, so there is only $1,500,000 in 2013 that can be taken off the cap regarless of how the contract is changed.
There is no point for the Panthers lower that $1,500,000 in 2013 by push more guarnteed money into 2014, as they want to be able to cut (or at least threaten to cut) Beason in a year and there is already a $8,000,000 cap hit to deal with in 2014 from the original sign-on bonus.
So, the Panthers have not approched Beason about his contract because at this point there is really nothing to do about it from either side.
However, for Beason to take a cut in 2014 depending on how he plays this year is pretty much guaranteed.