Wednesday, November 16, 2011

QB Ratings for Week #10 - Top 5 has released its QB ratings for week 10.  Once again there was no change in the number one spot but there were some changes in the other spots.

1) Aaron "I'm Here to Stay" Rogers (No change from last week) - Rogers destroyed the Vikings at Lambaugh and his Packers are now 9-0.  He didn't throw any INTs but did have 4TDS.  It's unreal watching Rogers play.  Rogers is fun to watch  Aaron Rogers has thrown for 28 TDs (Most in the NFL and more than 3 per game) with only 3 INTs. Rogers has thrown for 2,869 yards and has a QB rating of 130.7, the highest in the NFL.  His completion percentage of 72.9 is the highest in the NFL.  His stats are amazing!

2) Tom "I humiliated the Jets" Brady (Rated 3rd last week
) - Brady had a great game against the hated New York Jets and put their loud and foul mouthed coach in his place. 
Brady has  thrown for 23 TDs (2nd most in the NFL) and 10 INTs.  He has a pass completion record of 66.1% (3rd highest in the NFL) and has a QB rating of 102.0 (2nd highest in the NFL).  Brady has thrown for 3,032 yards (2nd most in NFL). That's 336.9 yards per game.

 3) Drew "Can You Believe Atlanta Gave Us the Game" Brees (Rated 2nd last week) - Brees had another good game and has been battling Brady for the number 2 spot all season.  Now both Brees and Brady have the surprising Manning breathing down their backs.
Brees has thrown 23 TDs and 11 INTs (He didn't have any last week) for a league leading 3,326 yards (Most in the NFL) and a 70.9 pass completion percentage (2nd in NFL).  His QB rating is 101.3.

Eli "I'm Still in the Rankings" Manning (No change from last week) - While Manning lost to the 49ers, he had another good game.  The Giants didn't lose because of Eli.  They lost to a better team on the road.  If Brady and Brees slip-up, Manning might find himself in the 3rd or 2nd spot in future weeks.  He's thrown 17 TDs and 8 INTs for 2,688 yards and a 63.1 pass completion percentage.  His QB rating of 97.0.

5) Matt "This Will be My Last Ranking of the Year" Schaub (Wasn't ranked last week). 
Schaub is deserving of the 5th spot and led his team to what many experts thought was the best in the AFC.  Unfortunately he was hurt in last week's game and is lost for the season.  He's thrown 15 TDs with only 6 INTs for 2,479 yards and a 61.0 pass completion percentage.  He has a QB rating of 96.8.  

Just missing the cut:  Ben Roethlisberger.  Ben needs to impress going forward to have  a chance of returning of the rankings.

There you have it.'s QB ranking for the end of week #10.  Let us know what you think.  Did we miss a QB or would you have ranked the top 5 differently?  We're eager to find out your opinions! gets some of their stats from

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