Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Week #4 QB Rankings - Top 5 is ready to release it's QB rankings.  There was one QB who dropped off (Ryan Fitzpatrick) and another QB took his place.

1) Aaron Rogers (No change) - Rogers is 4-0 and is soaring to new heights.  Rogers and his Packers seem unstoppable right now.  Aaron Rogers has thrown for 12 TDs with 2 INTs and 1,325 yards.  Rogers QB rating is 124.6 (Was 120.9 last week), the highest in the NFL.  Rogers is at the top of the list due to his low interception count and the fact his team is 4-0.  Rogers is averaging over 330 yards per game and has a completion percentage of 73.0 (Highest in the NFL).  His numbers are through the roof.

2) Mathew Stafford (No change) - Stafford led another second half comeback.  This time his team was down by 24 points.  Detroit faced off against the 2-1 (at game time) Cowboys and clawed their clawed their way back to victory.  Stafford has thrown for 11 TDs and only 3 interceptions and has a completion percentage of 62.1%.  Stafford has a 4-0 record and a QB rating of 100.3.  Stafford has thrown for 1,217 yards (an average of 304.2 yards per game).

3) Tom Brady (Last week was #4) -  Brady is 3-1.  He rebounded from a second half debaucle to leading his team to victory against the Raiders in week #4. Brady's  numbers are very good.  He has thrown for 13 TDs with 5 INTs and has a pass completion record of 66.9%.  Brady has a QB rating of 111.3.  Brady has thrown for 1,553 yards (most in NFL). That's 388.2 yards per game.  Are you kidding me?  Those are some good stats.

 4) Drew Brees (Last week #3) - Brees has led his team to 3 straight victories and has some really good numbers.  He's in a  fight with Tom Brady for 3rd sp[ot.  Brady just has some better numbers in Sportmentary's opinion.  Brees has thrown for 10 TDs and 4 INTs with a 69.0 % pass completion % (Second highest in NFL) Brees has thrown for 1,410 yards (2nd most in NFL).  His QB rating is 102.9.  Brees is averaging 352.5 yards per game.  That's incredible.

5) Matt Hasselbeck (Was not on the list last week) - Hasselbeck is 3-1 and has impressed so far this season.  His numbers are good.  He's thrown 8 TDs with 3 INTs for 1,152 yards and a 66.7 pass completion percentage His QB rating of 104.7.  Fitzpatrick has thrown for 841 yards.

Just missing the cut:  Eli Manning who's put together a couple of good games.

There you have it.'s QB ranking for the end of week #4.  Let us know what you think.  Did we miss a QB (Eli Manning) or would you have ranked the top 5 differently?  We're eager to find out your opinions!

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