Wednesday, November 2, 2011

QB Ratings for Week #8 - Top 5 is ready to release its QB rankings for week 8.  While the top 3 haven't changed we had some movement in the 4th and 5th spots.  Take a look at the rankings and let us know what you think.

1) Aaron Rogers (No change and didn't play this week) - At 7-0, Rogers is having a great year. Aaron Rogers has thrown for 20 TDs (Most in the NFL and almost 3 per game) with only 3 INTs (That's amazing) and 2,372 yards (2nd in the NFL but Brady had a bye this week).  
Rogers QB rating is 125.7, the highest in the NFL.  Rogers is averaging 338.9 yards per game and has a completion percentage of 71.5 (Highest in the NFL).  

2) Tom Brady (No change
) -  While Brady (5-2) lost this week to the Steelers he still threw for another 2 TDs and no INTs.  He has thrown for 18 TDs with 8 INTs and has a pass completion record of 67.6%.  Brady has a QB rating of 104.4 (Second most in the NFL).  Brady has thrown for 2,361 yards (most in NFL). That's 337.3.5 yards per game.

3) Drew Brees (5th Last Week) - Brees took a step back with an upset loss this week but still remains in 3rd spot.  Brees is 5-3.  His numbers are sill good.  He's thrown 19 TDs and 10 INTs (None this past week) for 2,746 yards (Most in the NFL) and a 70.6 pass completion percentage (2nd in NFL).  His QB rating of 100.6.

Big Ben Rothlesberger (Ranked #5 last week) - Ben keeps on winning and that moves him up a spot.  If this continues and Brees doesn't rebound, Big Ben will move up even more.  His Steelers have won 4 straight games and are 6-2.  Ben's numbers continue to rise.  
His numbers are good.  He's thrown 124 TDs and 7 INTs for 2,302 yards and a 64.4 pass completion percentage.  His QB rating of 95.7.

5) Matthew "On the Rebound Stafford (Not ranked last week) - After missing the cut last week, Matthew rebounded with a nice win in week 8.   

His numbers are good.  He's thrown 19 TDs with only 4 INTs for 2,179 yards and a 61.2 pass completion percentage.  His QB rating of 99.1.  

Just missing the cut:  Matt Schaub, Eli Manning and Ryan Fitzpatrick. Any of these guys could make the top 5 in the following weeks and all of them have been ranked in past weeks.

There you have it.'s QB ranking for the end of week #7.  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!

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