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DenverChief
09-07-2005, 10:11 PM
Top QB ratings in the history of the NFL minimum 1500 pass attempts

1. Young
2........... Missed it
3. Manning 93%
4. Culpepper 92%
5. Montana
6. Green 87% IIRC
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52. John Elway
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85. Plummer

:)

Count Alex's Losses
09-07-2005, 10:31 PM
As soon as Green gets those two Lombardi's and plays 4 more years, he's hall of fame bound.

HolmeZz
09-07-2005, 10:32 PM
Warner might be up there.

penchief
09-07-2005, 10:34 PM
The only thing that might make this thread interesting is if you offered a dollar to anyone who might be able to fill in the blanks for numbers 2 and 3.

I say:

2. Fran Tarkenton

3. Len Dawson

Only because they both threw a lot of short passes.

HolmeZz
09-07-2005, 10:34 PM
As soon as Green gets those two Lombardi's and plays 4 more years, he's hall of fame bound.

:hmmm:

jspchief
09-07-2005, 10:34 PM
Sure would be nice to win some meaningful games so the guys on our offense could get the recognition they deserve.

tk13
09-07-2005, 10:37 PM
If Green can have a QB rating of 90.0 or better this year, he'd be only the third QB in the history of the NFL to have four straight 90+ QB rating seasons. He's already in select company having 3 straight.

HolmeZz
09-07-2005, 10:37 PM
The only thing that might make this thread interesting is if you offered a dollar to anyone who might be able to fill in the blanks for numbers 2 and 3.

I say:

2. Fran Tarkenton

3. Len Dawson

Only because they both threw a lot of short passes.

I just looked it up. #2 was Warner. The list didn't count anything after 2003 though.

DenverChief
09-07-2005, 10:43 PM
The only thing that might make this thread interesting is if you offered a dollar to anyone who might be able to fill in the blanks for numbers 2 and 3.

I say:

2. Fran Tarkenton

3. Len Dawson

Only because they both threw a lot of short passes.
Actually Tarkenton and Dawson were pretty far down on the list...I think Manning was #3...

DenverChief
09-07-2005, 10:50 PM
I'd love for someone to find the complete list

penchief
09-07-2005, 10:56 PM
Actually Tarkenton and Dawson were pretty far down on the list...I think Manning was #3...


Yeah, yeah, I know......It's the new era. I only remebmer statistics from being a youth sitting on the shitter reading Football Digest Annual. Back then Tarkington and Dawson were the percentage leaders, DAMNIT!!!

DenverChief
09-07-2005, 10:59 PM
Yeah, yeah, I know......It's the new era. I only remebmer statistics from being a youth sitting on the shitter reading Football Digest Annual. Back then Tarkington and Dawson were the percentage leaders, DAMNIT!!!


:LOL: old fart :p

theultimatekcchiefsfan
09-07-2005, 10:59 PM
Its hard to believe that Green made the list when you take into account all the balls that Jonny Morton bobbled and dropped.

DenverChief
09-07-2005, 11:00 PM
Its hard to believe that Green made the list when you take into account all the balls that Jonny Morton bobbled and dropped.

Tony G I'm sure helped that stat :)

Pitt Gorilla
09-07-2005, 11:01 PM
There's no way that is completion percentage (85%).

DenverChief
09-07-2005, 11:03 PM
There's no way that is completion percentage (85%).


You are correct...it is QB rating and Greens is 87%

digi2fish
09-07-2005, 11:04 PM
according to it, plumber performed way better than I expected.
ROFL

Pants
09-08-2005, 03:55 AM
QB rating isn't calculated in %, since it goes up to 158.3.

DenverChief
09-08-2005, 04:20 AM
QB rating isn't calculated in %, since it goes up to 158.3.:harumph:

bringbackmarty
09-08-2005, 09:06 AM
where's jeff george?

carlos3652
09-08-2005, 09:56 AM
Top 20 Career QB Ratings:

1 Steve Young 1985 1999 96.8 (151 games)
2 Kurt Warner 1998 2005 96.1 (64)
3 Chad Pennington 2000 2005 93.7 (41)
4 Daunte Culpepper 1999 2005 93.2 (47)
5 Peyton Manning 1998 2005 92.3 (112)
6 Joe Montana 1979 1994 92.3 (192)
7 Marc Bulger 2001 2005 89.7 (36)
8 Trent Green 1993 2005 87.9 (88)
9 Tom Brady 2000 2005 87.7 (49)
10 Brett Favre 1991 2005 87.3 (209)
11 Jeff Garcia 1999 2005 87.2 (58)
12 Dan Marino 1983 1999 86.4 (242)
13 Brian Griese 1998 2005 39 85.0 (39)
14 Rich Gannon 1987 2004 160 84.7 (160)
15 Jim Kelly 1986 1996 84.4 (160)
16 Brad Johnson 1992 2005 84.0 (118)
17 Donovan McNabb 1999 2005 59 83.9 (59)
18 Mark Brunell 1993 2005 83.9 (131)
19 Matt Hasselbeck 1999 2005 83.8 (46)
20 Steve McNair 1995 2005 83.6 (127)


Honorable Mention
...

34 Len Dawson 1957 1975 81.2 (211)
40 Jeff George 1990 2001 80.4 (131)
44 John Elway 1983 1998 79.9 (205)
46 Elvis Grbac 1993 2001 79.6 (105)
62 Bill Kenney 1980 1988 77.0 (106)
78 Steve Bono 1985 1999 75.3 (77)
89 Steve DeBerg 1977 1998 74.2 (198)
170 Todd Blackledge 1983 1989 60.2 (46)

EDIT: 97 Jake Plummer 1997-2005 73.3 (112)

chagrin
09-08-2005, 10:21 AM
Who has that classic comment about Plummer being a playmaker and Trent is not? LMAO at that!

carlos3652
09-08-2005, 10:36 AM
Who has that classic comment about Plummer being a playmaker and Trent is not? LMAO at that!

ROFL... That would probably be TJ... Im sure his stats as a Arizona Cardinal doesnt help, but Plummer has been better as a Bronco... (not that much better)

Bowser
09-08-2005, 10:46 AM
Top 20 Career QB Ratings:

1 Steve Young 1985 1999 96.8 (151 games)
2 Kurt Warner 1998 2005 96.1 (64)
3 Chad Pennington 2000 2005 93.7 (41)
4 Daunte Culpepper 1999 2005 93.2 (47)
5 Peyton Manning 1998 2005 92.3 (112)
6 Joe Montana 1979 1994 92.3 (192)
7 Marc Bulger 2001 2005 89.7 (36)
8 Trent Green 1993 2005 87.9 (88)
9 Tom Brady 2000 2005 87.7 (49)
10 Brett Favre 1991 2005 87.3 (209)
11 Jeff Garcia 1999 2005 87.2 (58)
12 Dan Marino 1983 1999 86.4 (242)
13 Brian Griese 1998 2005 39 85.0 (39)
14 Rich Gannon 1987 2004 160 84.7 (160)
15 Jim Kelly 1986 1996 84.4 (160)
16 Brad Johnson 1992 2005 84.0 (118)
17 Donovan McNabb 1999 2005 59 83.9 (59)
18 Mark Brunell 1993 2005 83.9 (131)
19 Matt Hasselbeck 1999 2005 83.8 (46)
20 Steve McNair 1995 2005 83.6 (127)


Honorable Mention
...

34 Len Dawson 1957 1975 81.2 (211)
40 Jeff George 1990 2001 80.4 (131)
44 John Elway 1983 1998 79.9 (205)
46 Elvis Grbac 1993 2001 79.6 (105)
62 Bill Kenney 1980 1988 77.0 (106)
78 Steve Bono 1985 1999 75.3 (77)
89 Steve DeBerg 1977 1998 74.2 (198)
170 Todd Blackledge 1983 1989 60.2 (46)

EDIT: 97 Jake Plummer 1997-2005 73.3 (112)

But....but....where's Chad Pennington?

Bowser
09-08-2005, 10:49 AM
ROFL... That would probably be TJ... Im sure his stats as a Arizona Cardinal doesnt help, but Plummer has been better as a Bronco... (not that much better)

How much is that Plummer, or just the fact they actually have had something of a defense out there?

milkman
09-08-2005, 10:54 AM
But....but....where's Chad Pennington?

#3

carlos3652
09-08-2005, 10:55 AM
#3

Pre-Surgery... hopefully he does well, just not this week... I like him...

Bowser
09-08-2005, 10:58 AM
#3

:doh!:

I've really got to start paying attention before I post......

carlos3652
09-08-2005, 12:11 PM
:doh!:

I've really got to start paying attention before I post......


ROFL