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Old 10-03-2012, 09:46 AM   #8
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Game 1: Anderson, for the reasons shown below. And some other reasons.

Game 2: Otto Graham. Griese handed off really well, but Graham was a better QB.

Game 3: Jurgensen. Read up on this guy. He was a primordial Dan Marino. I didn't know much about him until this tournament.

Game 4: Bart Starr. Granted, I'm not an Eli fan due to that whole spoiled brat thing. He's a strong clutch player. But with Starr, you don't need clutch plays because he wins in the first three quarters. I may be a little biased here.

Game 5: Norm Snead. And I find it funny that Snead is beating Kerry Collins when 90 percent of us have no idea who Norm Snead is. I only know of him because I had his football card as a kid.

Game 6: Really tough one. Aikman is as solid as they come, but in his prime McNabb was an amazing playmaker. I may be a bit biased toward running QBs, but I would go with McNabb in a one-game playoff.

Game 7: Um, yeah. Brady. And I like Jaws, but ... Brady.

Game 8: I really want to vote for Luckman here, but I can't not vote for Brent Faw-vuh-ruh.
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