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2 minutes left in the Big Game - Who do you want as your QB?
In the last couple of Super Bowl's, we've seen quarterbacks Eli Manning and Ben Roethlisberger lead there teams down the field late on a game winning drive.  So, let's find out who you want as your quarterback in this crucial part of the game....

The scenario is this - It's Super Bowl XLIV and your team is down by 4 points with 0 timeouts and 2 minutes left on the clock

Which current NFL quarterback would you want to lead your team's drive down the field and why?
Featured by: hartley51592 at 2/03/09 8:26PM
| Closed on 03/26/09 at 05:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | NFL | Multiple Choice Opinion Poll
Team Breakout:
919 Fans 
0%a. Aaron Rodgers
16%b. Ben Roethlisberger
7%c. Brett Favre
3%d. Donovan McNabb
3%e. Drew Brees
4%f. Eli Manning
3%g. Jay Cutler
8%h. Kurt Warner
26%i. Peyton Manning
1%j. Philip Rivers
20%k. Tom Brady
3%l. Tony Romo
6%m. Other

 &nbp;
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#26 | 2031 days ago

It does matter.  The question was which QB not team do you want in the last 2 minutes.  He does what he has to do to win the game.

Kurt Warner  
#27 | 2031 days ago

John Elway
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#29 | 2031 days ago

R3DS8XFaN wrote:
John Elway
Is he playing in the league again 
Tom Brady  
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#31 | 2031 days ago

Peyton had 6 game winning drives in the 4th quarter this season. He has the most in Colts history, 34. That sounds like pretty good qualifications to me.
Peyton Manning  
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#35 | 2031 days ago

matt ryan.. atlanta
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#36 | 2031 days ago
ellie_loveum (+)

I say Brett Favre. The old man can still deliver in the clutch.
Brett Favre  
#37 | 2031 days ago

only ONE guy I want in there, JOE MONTANA!!!!!!!!!!
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#39 | 2031 days ago
ChampKind (+)

Even though I'm a Steelers fan I gotta go with Tom Brady then Peyton Manning. Lets not forget that there has been many occasions where Ben has not delivered in the 2 minute drill. 2 min for 2min, or pound for pound as boxing fans would say, nobody would be a better pick than Brady or Manning. (Well, Montana if he were listed)
Tom Brady  
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#42 | 2031 days ago

I choose Not Tony Romo..

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#44 | 2031 days ago

Even with the bum knee, give me Brady.
Tom Brady  
#45 | 2031 days ago

Chief_aka_James wrote:
Living in the past is never good, watch football after 2004 please.
ouch
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#47 | 2031 days ago

Can I pick the Receivers too?  I want Fitzgerald on one side, Moss on the other, and Ward down the middle.
Peyton Manning  
#48 | 2031 days ago

Has Romo Ever Even Won A "Big Game"?
Tom Brady  
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#58 | 2030 days ago

jacobmrley wrote:
picks thrown into triple coverage off his back foot!  the brett favre special!

Instead of calling it an interception they should call it a Favre.

Kurt Warner  
#59 | 2030 days ago

Chief_aka_James wrote:
No Tyler Thigpen choice?
Who would pick the kid from Charlie Brown anyway? lol
Brett Favre  
#60 | 2030 days ago

raidernationshaun wrote:
only reason the steelers won was because of their defense, ben is over rated, hines ward is over rated, and that holmes cat ,who the hell is he? he had one good game and lets see if his ego does a terrell owens and sky rocket out of his body
LOL!

It's too late to call them over-rated. Don't you think?
Ben Roethlisberger  
#61 | 2030 days ago

LOL  Somebody PQd just about every comment in this poll.
Peyton Manning  
#62 | 2030 days ago
Carolyn4JESUS (+)

that's who my husband choose.

kudos!
Other  
#63 | 2030 days ago

Dream_Machine wrote:
Sure Don't Know What He Is Delivering!
Something in a clutch...................My guess would be auto parts.    
Ben Roethlisberger  
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#65 | 2030 days ago

wyowest wrote:
Who would pick the kid from Charlie Brown anyway? lol
Are You Sure About That. Thigpen will change your mind in a few, just watch!
Tom Brady  
#66 | 2030 days ago

Had to go with Eli.... But i would want Brady also.. Oh yeah and Warner... and Ummmmm maybe Elway.... God Im so confused!!!
#67 | 2030 days ago

I just think when the teams are lined up and ready to go, I wouldn't trust anyone to read coverage and call an audible better than Manning.  They're not called field generals because they take orders...
Peyton Manning  
#68 | 2030 days ago

sg_lp_crate wrote:
only ONE guy I want in there, JOE MONTANA!!!!!!!!!!
No doubt.
Other  
#69 | 2030 days ago

Tom Brady i would choose because he is the best today even on one leg he is a legend
Tom Brady  
#70 | 2030 days ago

Chad Pennington

With the best completion record in the league, who else would get it done?
Other  
#71 | 2029 days ago

I am gonna go ahead and NOT choose Any Cleveland Brown
Peyton Manning  
#72 | 2029 days ago

derms33 wrote:
I am gonna go ahead and NOT choose Any Cleveland Brown
Perhaps the smartest thing you've ever said on this site, Derms.
Tom Brady  
#73 | 2029 days ago

I'm a Saints Fan, so I gotta go with my QB, Drew Brees.  Other QB's may have more arm strength, but I'll take his pinpoint accuracy over the strength of others any Sunday.
Drew Brees  
#74 | 2029 days ago

I'm a Saints Fan, so I gotta go with my QB, Drew Brees.  Other QB's may have more arm strength, but I'll take his pinpoint accuracy over the strength of others any Sunday.
Drew Brees  
#75 | 2029 days ago

bodog wrote:
Tom Brady i would choose because he is the best today even on one leg he is a legend
As a compliment to your avatar, I don't think anyone has ever read a single word you have written...But, we would like you to respond more often!...
Ben Roethlisberger  
#76 | 2029 days ago
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jacobmrley wrote:
picks thrown into triple coverage off his back foot!  the brett favre special!
to which ever one of you farve rump-swabs decided to give this (and a few other comments critical of your boy) a 'poor quality' rating:

brett favre is a fundamentally unsound quarterback who is well passed his prime.  he has cost his team more seasons than he won for them and he is ultimately selfish and a bad teammate.  plus, the records he set are due to longevity and not superior skill.

as for the facts that defend him:  he only won one super bowl, the same as trent dilfer and mark rypien.  he set all sorts of passing records, but so did fran tarkenton and dan marino, and they never won a super bowl, they just set the same records as favre.  so when you like to compare favre to, say, montana or brady, you are way WAY out of line.  think just above dan and fran.
Tom Brady  
#77 | 2029 days ago
mooser58 (+)

I am gonna go hybrid.....Brady for his decision making, Big Ben because you can not knock him down, and Favre because he has the cannon arm (in his prime).  I shall call him UberQuarterback.
Other  
#78 | 2029 days ago

hilljenl2007 wrote:
Big Ben didn't get nothing done. Turnovers and defense won the game. Ben can't get his head that far out of his behind to know which end of the field he is throwing to.
Says the one who chooses Brett Favre LOL
Tom Brady  
#79 | 2029 days ago

As i said before NOBODY was better than JOE MONTANA period. Nothin against those listed but Montana was so cool and poised under pressure they ought to name the two minute drill the montana minutes. Go back to the cotton bowl when he played for noter dame sick and behind by a ton he almost singlehandedly won that game and this was only a preview to what he would do in the nfl. Im sure that when he played for the chiefs he would have taken KC to the superbowl in 93 if he hadnt gotten cold cocked in buffalo. Closest we got to the big game since the days of Lenny the Cool.Im Thrilled to have been able to watch him play on arrowheads turf for those few years and see
Other  
#80 | 2028 days ago
tenang (+)

hmmm...its goods poll...
Kurt Warner  
#81 | 2028 days ago

i gotta go Brady or Big Ben... Brady's ice cold, and Big Ben just finds a way
Tom Brady  
#82 | 2028 days ago
steelersxl1 (+)

The scenario is this - It's Super Bowl XLIV and the Steelers are down by 4 points with 0 timeouts and 2 minutes left on the clock...........
Ben Roethlisberger  
#83 | 2028 days ago

sg_lp_crate wrote:
As i said before NOBODY was better than JOE MONTANA period. Nothin against those listed but Montana was so cool and poised under pressure they ought to name the two minute drill the montana minutes. Go back to the cotton bowl when he played for noter dame sick and behind by a ton he almost singlehandedly won that game and this was only a preview to what he would do in the nfl. Im sure that when he played for the chiefs he would have taken KC to the superbowl in 93 if he hadnt gotten cold cocked in buffalo. Closest we got to the big game since the days of Lenny the Cool.Im Thrilled to have been able to watch him play on arrowheads turf for those few years and see
Greetings #80
I just read your comments and thought I would drop off a reply. I became a 49ers fan at Kezar Stadium in 1965. I watched John Brodie hand off to Ken Willard and throw to Dave Parks. Since that season, with the exception of just one game, I have never rooted against my 49ers...However, on 9/11/94, I did and so to did a lot of 49ers fans...I am not sure what I would have done had the Chiefs and 'Niners both made it to the SB that year...Anyway, Joe was and still is a class act...and your comments about him are the same...I had always felt Joe found a good home in KC...See ya around...#80
Ben Roethlisberger  
#84 | 2027 days ago
AndiLee0388 (+)

I know he isnt playing anymore..but MONTANA!!
Other  
#85 | 2027 days ago

I'd pick Warron Moon.
Other  
#86 | 2027 days ago

I cant understand why people are picking Ben R. Sure, he has 2 rings and I am happy for you. Congratulations. The problem......

BEN DIDNT WIN IT FOR YOU!

In regards to XL he has even stated he almost blew it........This one he showed some poise and looked good on that last drive, but he still was average at best. Defense is the cornerstone of that franchise. Its all you ever here dont try and BE everything because thats not how your team wins.

Tom Brady no question.....if we are talking about present day athletes. If your talking past athletes then its a tough one. It would be hard to leave Joe Montana or Joe Namath on the bench while letting ANY of todays QB's take the field.

Its a rule of thumb.......even if your teams QB is HOF bound (example brady) You dont sit someone who is already in the HOF for someone who someday will be.

If were talkin just todays QB's though.....its Brady
Tom Brady  
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#90 | 2027 days ago

I have to go with the hot hand, but I couldve gone with Eli or McNabb, because they seem to have a knack for coming up big when they have to.
Ben Roethlisberger  
#91 | 2027 days ago

EdSpeshel wrote:
You lost me at Joe Namath.
haha how you gonna hate on Joe Cool!? You got a laugh out of me on that one but cmon he even still has it today!

Did you see him on MNF a few years ago.....smashed hitting on Suzy the sideline reporter with such ease. lol
Tom Brady  
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#93 | 2027 days ago

the fact that 7% of the people voted for favre.....I would like to know are you talking about the bret favre from 97, or the Bret favre of 08? theres a huge difference
Tom Brady  
#94 | 2027 days ago

i'm sorry?! , Montana's still playin?!?!!?     i could've sworn he said current...
Tom Brady  
#95 | 2027 days ago

SweatSkywalker wrote:
i'm sorry?! , Montana's still playin?!?!!?     i could've sworn he said current...
somewhere the conversation got lost and it became a debate of old and new
Tom Brady  
#96 | 2027 days ago

Brendanc8504 wrote:
smart and I gave you props for it. But your comment is a little jaded coming from someone who is a fan of Peyton Manning is a choke artist. He won once, but that was the exception not the rule......

With the team and talent that has been around him Peyton Manning should have won a lot more in his day. I'm not complaining though. For example just look to when he played the Pats 2 playoff seasons in a row. Over those 2 games he had like 1 touchdown and 9 interceptions. I love meeting the colts in the playoffs. Its almost like a bye week
ok this is coming from someone that is a fan of a team that cheats and gets busted for it!
Peyton Manning  
#97 | 2027 days ago

Please PQ this comment! I'm going for the record on this poll! I think its 9!!!

PS: I'd taken Ken Stabler.......
Other  
#98 | 2026 days ago

i like it
Kurt Warner  
#99 | 2026 days ago

i like it
Kurt Warner  
#100 | 2026 days ago

Peyton Manning.  He's the QB of my team and I have total faith in him and his abilities.
Peyton Manning  
#101 | 2026 days ago

Joe Namett I know wrong spelling.  That or Archie Manning. Because he taught his son's how to handle the pressure of performing in the last minute's of a game.
Other  
#102 | 2026 days ago
AndiLee0388 (+)

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SweatSkywalker wrote:
i'm sorry?! , Montana's still playin?!?!!?     i could've sworn he said current...
And I coulda sworn I picked
OTHER  and stated I knew he wasnt playing, but thanks for being a thread cop!!

I dont particularly care for the choices..Forced to pick, I'd take Favre or Brady...Happy now??
Other  
#103 | 2026 days ago

Mr Clutch Jake Plummer and he is current he is on Tampas roster if he comes back.
Kurt Warner  
#104 | 2026 days ago

If it has to be a current player..I have to go with Brady. 

The only problem is I would take Montana over any player they have had on the field since he retired!  Montana was the ultimate in the two minute offense!  Warren Moon and Joe Namath were awesome too.  And YES, I know these guys don't play anymore, but they are still the best!  Sorry guys, but none of todays players got anything on these guys!!!  
Other  
#105 | 2026 days ago

biskit67 wrote:
LOL  Somebody PQd just about every comment in this poll.
It's the PQ stalker again.  Someone who doesn't like anyones opinion that differs from their own or doesn't have one so disagrees with everything!   Guess they have nothing better to do!!    Ignore him and eventually he might get bored....lol
Other  
#106 | 2026 days ago
jacobmrley (+)

Dream_Machine wrote:
Has Romo Ever Even Won A "Big Game"?
short answer: nope.

long answer: noooope.
Tom Brady  
#107 | 2026 days ago

1st choice Brady, 2nd choice Brady, 3rd choice Brady.
I understand Manning. He is a quality QB.
Roethlisberger, really? Really?!!

Tom Brady  
#108 | 2026 days ago

JemJenn wrote:
It's the PQ stalker again.  Someone who doesn't like anyones opinion that differs from their own or doesn't have one so disagrees with everything!   Guess they have nothing better to do!!    Ignore him and eventually he might get bored....lol
Bunch of jealous fans that have a terrible qb on their team.
Kurt Warner  
#109 | 2026 days ago
EdSpeshel (+)

Superbleeder wrote:
Bunch of jealous fans that have a terrible qb on their team.
Just for the record it wasn't me... just wanted to clear that up since I'm a Vikings fan and we have three bad QB's on our team.
Tom Brady  
#110 | 2025 days ago

Brendanc8504 wrote:
I cant understand why people are picking Ben R. Sure, he has 2 rings and I am happy for you. Congratulations. The problem......

BEN DIDNT WIN IT FOR YOU!

In regards to XL he has even stated he almost blew it........This one he showed some poise and looked good on that last drive, but he still was average at best. Defense is the cornerstone of that franchise. Its all you ever here dont try and BE everything because thats not how your team wins.

Tom Brady no question.....if we are talking about present day athletes. If your talking past athletes then its a tough one. It would be hard to leave Joe Montana or Joe Namath on the bench while letting ANY of todays QB's take the field.

Its a rule of thumb.......even if your teams QB is HOF bound (example brady) You dont sit someone who is already in the HOF for someone who someday will be.

If were talkin just todays QB's though.....its Brady
While I would agree that the Steelers defense is the cornerstone of there team, I think it's foolish to think that Ben Roethlisberger didnt win the Super Bowl for his team.  This amazing, wonderful, greatest defense in football history blew a 13 point lead, the largest blown lead in Super Bowl history, and were 2 minutes from being the goats in one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history.  From where I was sitting watching the game, it looks like Ben Roethlisberger marching his team down the field for the game winning touchdown saved his defenses' a$$ in this game and gave the Steelers there record 6th Super Bowl.
Tom Brady  
#111 | 2025 days ago

Well, saying Kyle Orton isn't on the list.......I'll go w/ Peyton Manning !
Peyton Manning  
#112 | 2024 days ago

Brendanc8504 wrote:
I cant understand why people are picking Ben R. Sure, he has 2 rings and I am happy for you. Congratulations. The problem......

BEN DIDNT WIN IT FOR YOU!

In regards to XL he has even stated he almost blew it........This one he showed some poise and looked good on that last drive, but he still was average at best. Defense is the cornerstone of that franchise. Its all you ever here dont try and BE everything because thats not how your team wins.

Tom Brady no question.....if we are talking about present day athletes. If your talking past athletes then its a tough one. It would be hard to leave Joe Montana or Joe Namath on the bench while letting ANY of todays QB's take the field.

Its a rule of thumb.......even if your teams QB is HOF bound (example brady) You dont sit someone who is already in the HOF for someone who someday will be.

If were talkin just todays QB's though.....its Brady
Sooo... You're saying you would bench Tom Brady for Joe Namath?
Tom Brady  
#113 | 2024 days ago

with Brady on the shelf, at least for now, gotta go with P. Manning. R-berger and Warner not far behind.
Peyton Manning  
#114 | 2024 days ago

I choose the Eli Manning (from LAST season)!!!
Eli Manning  
#115 | 2024 days ago

donm454 wrote:
Sooo... You're saying you would bench Tom Brady for Joe Namath?
I gave you funny props on that one.....because who would ever do that. Your talking about Tom Brady here, not Rex Grossman. This is one of the best quarterbacks of all time
Tom Brady  
#116 | 2023 days ago

dam I showed up late to the PQ party...
Brett Favre  
#117 | 2023 days ago

I go for Tom Brady...he made his name with the drive at the end of the Super Bowl (who remembers the Roman numberal?) vs. the Rams. For a guy drafted in the sixth round he plays the game very well.
Tom Brady  
#118 | 2023 days ago

MIKELIN8 wrote:
I go for Tom Brady...he made his name with the drive at the end of the Super Bowl (who remembers the Roman numberal?) vs. the Rams. For a guy drafted in the sixth round he plays the game very well.
XXXVI was the roman numerals for superbowl 36......arguably one of the greatest superbowls of all time
Tom Brady  
#119 | 2023 days ago

rjoelmc wrote:
I choose the Eli Manning (from LAST season)!!!
But the Eli from THIS year didn't have Plax to throw to...or that helmet-catching Kevin Tyree, either.

I see both Eli and Warner as products of their receivers. Remember that Warner was not considered a great QB from the time he left the Rams (Torry Holt, Isaac Bruce, Az-Hakin) until he started for the Cardinals this year (Larry Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin, Steve Breaston). Not many Lions of Giants fans would vote for him for the HOF based on what he brought to their teams.
Tom Brady  
#120 | 2023 days ago

MIKELIN8 wrote:
But the Eli from THIS year didn't have Plax to throw to...or that helmet-catching Kevin Tyree, either.

I see both Eli and Warner as products of their receivers. Remember that Warner was not considered a great QB from the time he left the Rams (Torry Holt, Isaac Bruce, Az-Hakin) until he started for the Cardinals this year (Larry Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin, Steve Breaston). Not many Lions of Giants fans would vote for him for the HOF based on what he brought to their teams.
Its David Tyree. Trust me I have heard the name around here enough times.

Warner was a great asset to the giants organization. He was able to Tutor Eli Manning, because it was a clear cut case that Manning was the QB of the future for that team. Warner played fill in, I think they even split the starting job if I remember correctly.

Then he went to Arizona, and if Matt Lienart was half the QB everyone thought he was then the role would have been the same. Warner had to step up and accept a challenge that young Matt wasnt ready to take on yet I guess.

He has always been a great QB, its just a question of can his body still take the abuse? BTW you dont suddenly go from a great QB to a not so great QB because of a lack of supporting talent. There is a fine line.....Brady won championships with no name targets, and almost won a championship with the likes of Randy Moss, but when you have sub par players around you, your performance will most likely suffer
Tom Brady  
#121 | 2023 days ago

Its gotta be Bobby Layne (whom is credited with the two minute drill) for me. Easy on the I live in the past.
Other  
#122 | 2023 days ago

you all have made some good picks i think Brees is a good  2 minute drill QB because he's smart and a duel threat i'm not saying that because i'm a Saints Fan i've been a Brees fans since he was at SD
Drew Brees  
#123 | 2022 days ago

drew brees is good and is a player on the rise, i just dont think hes there yet
Tom Brady  
#124 | 2022 days ago

got to go with Peyton...he is so good at those commercials...a winner with pzaaz...and a great quarterback as well...
Peyton Manning  
#125 | 2022 days ago

You cant go wrong with Brady.
Tom Brady  
#126 | 2022 days ago

Jim Sorgi...

=).
Other  
#127 | 2021 days ago

Isn't Brady the QB for the Pats? I think he is. Anyway, the QB for the Pats. If we don't win this year, there's always next year.
Tom Brady  
#128 | 2021 days ago

blackjack87_93 wrote:
Isn't Brady the QB for the Pats? I think he is. Anyway, the QB for the Pats. If we don't win this year, there's always next year.
? are you joking? wtf?
Tom Brady  
#129 | 2021 days ago

I sh*t my pants in laughter that Tony Romo was on the list. When Tom Brady is healthy, I'd want him. If he isn't available I'll take the 4th quarter magician Peyton Manning
Tom Brady  
#130 | 2021 days ago

 I'll go with Ryan Leaf.
Tom Brady  
#131 | 2021 days ago

(Edited by onedizzieliz)
OU is Oklahoma's PRO team. They know nothing about squat unless it comes to OU. It's like a family reunion when they have a game. I never could understand it.
Tony Romo  
#132 | 2021 days ago

biskit67 wrote:
LOL  Somebody PQd just about every comment in this poll.

YES... sad isn't it?  i mean, did the PQ Bandit even want this poll answered ??!

Tom Brady  
#133 | 2020 days ago

taylordanley wrote:
I sh*t my pants in laughter that Tony Romo was on the list. When Tom Brady is healthy, I'd want him. If he isn't available I'll take the 4th quarter magician Peyton Manning
I think whats funnier is that people actually voted for him lol
Tom Brady  
#134 | 2020 days ago
jacobmrley (+)

donm454 wrote:
I think whats funnier is that people actually voted for him lol
that's because cowboy fans know as much about football as nuns know about sex.
Tom Brady  
#135 | 2020 days ago

I'll bet Jacob would just love to teach a Nun what he knows bout sex...nunnya, lmao
Tony Romo  
#136 | 2019 days ago

Brady...his record speaks for itself!
Tom Brady  
#137 | 2017 days ago
bmcannon1 (+)

well DUH.......i want SAM BRADFORD.............BOOMER SOONER


oh yea.......and texas still sux.
Eli Manning  
#138 | 2017 days ago

bmcannon1 wrote:
well DUH.......i want SAM BRADFORD.............BOOMER SOONER


oh yea.......and texas still sux.
No. Stop before you even start. Please.
Tom Brady  
#139 | 2017 days ago

Another OU fan I see
Tony Romo  
#140 | 2016 days ago

Brendanc8504 wrote:
? are you joking? wtf?
I couldn't remember if he was or not. I try to keep up with the Pats. For the past few months, my TV has decided it doesn't want to work, so I get no picture, just fuzz and static.
Tom Brady  
#141 | 2016 days ago

bmcannon1 wrote:
well DUH.......i want SAM BRADFORD.............BOOMER SOONER


oh yea.......and texas still sux.
yeah you're right! Texas does suck!!

that's why more than half of OU's roster is recruited out of the state of Texas, silly goose..
Tom Brady  
#142 | 2016 days ago

i said Peyton Manning, there is something about his leadership on the field that everyone listens too.  he is also a field general that it seems like he is thinking about 2-3 plays ahead.
Peyton Manning  
#143 | 2016 days ago

Actually anyone on this list will do if they have guys like Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin to throw to.  All-time I'd go for a  Joe or a John  (Montana, Elway, Unitas)
Peyton Manning  
#144 | 2015 days ago

In a heartbeat.
Ben Roethlisberger  
#145 | 2015 days ago
41_WILLYS (+)

+10 thumbs up

You have to go with kurt warner because he has the talent, he can get out of pressure situations, and if he has to, he can go for the long ball

Did you see the same Superbowl I did it said QB ! He was the Loser and Ben did drive down and score with less then 2 mins in the Superbowl ! Kurt has the best recievers in football and I think any NFL QB thats Good would do well there ! notice I didn't say Lienert ! LOL

Ben Roethlisberger  
#146 | 2015 days ago
41_WILLYS (+)

+10 thumbs up

You have to go with kurt warner because he has the talent, he can get out of pressure situations, and if he has to, he can go for the long ball

Did you see the same Superbowl I did it said QB ! He was the Loser and Ben did drive down and score with less then 2 mins in the Superbowl ! Kurt has the best recievers in football and I think any NFL QB thats Good would do well there ! notice I didn't say Lienert ! LOL

Ben Roethlisberger  
#147 | 2015 days ago

Two minutes... "the" big game... this is a no brainer.... ME!
Other  
#148 | 2015 days ago

jonneerotten wrote:
Two minutes... "the" big game... this is a no brainer.... ME!
 Pleasure to meet you, Joe. You still livin up in Calistoga?
Tom Brady  
#149 | 2015 days ago

tom brady is 14 - 3 in playoffs

peyton manning in under 500
Tom Brady  
#150 | 2014 days ago

Sign_Man wrote:
tom brady is 14 - 3 in playoffs

peyton manning in under 500
A lot of that is because of Tom Brady. Good point
Tom Brady  
#151 | 2014 days ago

Eli Manning has proved that even though there are more talented quarterbacks out there that he can win the big games when its on the line
Eli Manning  
#152 | 2014 days ago

Eli manning has shown he can put a few points on the board when the other team chokes.

Eli has also showed us he can win a superbowl mvp award simply by having the last name that he has, knowing the trophy should have gone to someone else
Tom Brady  
#153 | 2014 days ago

(Edited by bayareabeast21)
Brendanc8504 wrote:
Eli manning has shown he can put a few points on the board when the other team chokes.

Eli has also showed us he can win a superbowl mvp award simply by having the last name that he has, knowing the trophy should have gone to someone else
 No what Eli showed us what the competitive nature of man. His brother won it the year before, and he was tired of going to family gatherings and staring at that huge ring on Peyton's finger, on the outside congratulating him and happy, but in the inside boiling with rage and competitiveness.
Tom Brady  
#154 | 2014 days ago

I really dont think so Bookie.

David Tyree made a circus catch, that he had little to no chance of catching, but he had a good athletic ability. Any normal wide out would have missed it and Eli would have been exposed as the joke that he is
Tom Brady  
#155 | 2014 days ago

Brendanc8504 wrote:
I really dont think so Bookie.

David Tyree made a circus catch, that he had little to no chance of catching, but he had a good athletic ability. Any normal wide out would have missed it and Eli would have been exposed as the joke that he is
 Hard to call the guy a joke when he led that roster to a Super Bowl going through Lambeau field, but overrated is a definite possibility.

Hell I will even go as far as saying it is a probability.
Tom Brady  
#156 | 2014 days ago

bayareabeast21 wrote:
 Hard to call the guy a joke when he led that roster to a Super Bowl going through Lambeau field, but overrated is a definite possibility.

Hell I will even go as far as saying it is a probability.
I would even go so far as to say they were lucky to get through green bay.

Thank Favre for that
Tom Brady  
#157 | 2014 days ago

Brendanc8504 wrote:
I would even go so far as to say they were lucky to get through green bay.

Thank Favre for that
 Yea that pass by Favre wasn't too pretty was it
Tom Brady  
#158 | 2014 days ago

true story
Tom Brady  
#159 | 2014 days ago
McNabbNumbaOne (+)

Brendanc8504 wrote:
I really dont think so Bookie.

David Tyree made a circus catch, that he had little to no chance of catching, but he had a good athletic ability. Any normal wide out would have missed it and Eli would have been exposed as the joke that he is
but had eli not made that incredible escape, tyree would not have had the chance to make that circus catch. (why do people over look that?) 

it might not have been a great pass, but he did what any good quarterback would have done in that situation and allowed his wideout to try and make a play
Ben Roethlisberger  
#160 | 2014 days ago

McNabbNumbaOne wrote:
but had eli not made that incredible escape, tyree would not have had the chance to make that circus catch. (why do people over look that?) 

it might not have been a great pass, but he did what any good quarterback would have done in that situation and allowed his wideout to try and make a play
had the patriots made the play like they were supposed to, he never would have had the chance to throw his awful pass.

the patriots choked on superbowl 42. im sorry. I wish it was different. Dont you think it would be easier for a new england fan like myself to just say the patriots got outplayed that day and the better team won? Of course, I wish it was that easy. Sadly thats not the case.

BTW I think its funny that your name is Mcnabbnumba1 but if there was 2 mins left in the game you would want Roethlisberger. kinda odd
Tom Brady  
#161 | 2014 days ago
McNabbNumbaOne (+)

Brendanc8504 wrote:
had the patriots made the play like they were supposed to, he never would have had the chance to throw his awful pass.

the patriots choked on superbowl 42. im sorry. I wish it was different. Dont you think it would be easier for a new england fan like myself to just say the patriots got outplayed that day and the better team won? Of course, I wish it was that easy. Sadly thats not the case.

BTW I think its funny that your name is Mcnabbnumba1 but if there was 2 mins left in the game you would want Roethlisberger. kinda odd
1.)  saying that the patriots choked is kind of a slap in the face to eli and the giants IMO
2.)  2 minute drills is not mcnabb's strong point... as bias as i am, even i cannot argue that
Ben Roethlisberger  
#162 | 2014 days ago

McNabbNumbaOne wrote:
1.)  saying that the patriots choked is kind of a slap in the face to eli and the giants IMO
2.)  2 minute drills is not mcnabb's strong point... as bias as i am, even i cannot argue that
Then I guess you can say that I am willingly giving the giants a slap to the face.

Its B.S and im sick of this argument. I have said this to many times before. People cant have it both ways. In one breath people want to get all over the Patriots for choking and blowing the big game.

2 seconds later they want to talk about how great the giants were to pull off the victory.

So which was it, did the giants win the game or did the pats lose it?

You want the answer? The pats lost it. They were the better team, and had no excuse for the loss. The patriots get the spotlight for that one, not the giants. Diference is the pats get the spotlight of shame, which people usually try to avoid.
Tom Brady  
#163 | 2014 days ago
McNabbNumbaOne (+)

Brendanc8504 wrote:
Then I guess you can say that I am willingly giving the giants a slap to the face.

Its B.S and im sick of this argument. I have said this to many times before. People cant have it both ways. In one breath people want to get all over the Patriots for choking and blowing the big game.

2 seconds later they want to talk about how great the giants were to pull off the victory.

So which was it, did the giants win the game or did the pats lose it?

You want the answer? The pats lost it. They were the better team, and had no excuse for the loss. The patriots get the spotlight for that one, not the giants. Diference is the pats get the spotlight of shame, which people usually try to avoid.
your stating that as a fact, but its not... its an opinion and its YOUR opinion

IMO the giants won that game
Ben Roethlisberger  
#164 | 2014 days ago

(Edited by bayareabeast21)
 Of course the Giants won that game. Manning escaped and made a great throw, and Tyree made a great catch. Then they finished off the drive. 

Anyone who says otherwise quit your irrational whining because it got old a long time ago.
Tom Brady  
#165 | 2014 days ago

walk a mile in my shoes then.

Its all I ever hear about. I dont care either way, cause whether the pats lost it or the giants won it guess what, the outcome is the same. All i am saying is you cant have it both ways.  Either way The Patriots were still 18-1 that season as opposed to 19-0. damn
Tom Brady  
#166 | 2014 days ago
McNabbNumbaOne (+)

Brendanc8504 wrote:
walk a mile in my shoes then.

Its all I ever hear about. I dont care either way, cause whether the pats lost it or the giants won it guess what, the outcome is the same. All i am saying is you cant have it both ways.  Either way The Patriots were still 18-1 that season as opposed to 19-0. damn
i know what your saying and trust me man, im a donovan mcnabb fan, i hear ALOT of crap similar to what your talking about... i feel your pain
Ben Roethlisberger  
#167 | 2014 days ago

see I was smart about it though.

Once superbowl 42 ended, I didnt watch sportscenter for MONTHS. I didnt listen to sports radio, i didnt do anything. I let sports back into my life for the celtics, and the celtics only, and I only watched the game.....once the pats were mentioned i switched the channel. couldnt bear to hear it
Tom Brady  
#168 | 2014 days ago

It's GOT to be manning. you can't pick another  QB who knows and plays the game like he does.
Peyton Manning  
#169 | 2013 days ago
(+)

manning has one big game accomplishment. he usually chokes, but hey to each his own

#170 | 2013 days ago

bayareabeast21 wrote:
 Of course the Giants won that game. Manning escaped and made a great throw, and Tyree made a great catch. Then they finished off the drive. 

Anyone who says otherwise quit your irrational whining because it got old a long time ago.
The giants defense won that game. I have never seen a more dominating defense in a superbowl against a Qb that alot of people are picking in this poll.
We had another superbowl and alot of other things to whine about now. LOL
Kurt Warner  
#171 | 2013 days ago

By far, Tom Brady has established that with 2 mins left, only Elway was better then Brady is now. He has 3 rings to prove that.
Tom Brady  
#172 | 2012 days ago

Tom Brady.  He's already engineered two Super Bowl-winning drives and several other game-winning drives in the play-offs.
Tom Brady  
#173 | 2012 days ago

Flip62 wrote:
It doesn't matter to me because with any luck, my defense will be on the field! LOL!
Which defense, The Cardinals, Panthers or Saints??
Are you a bandwagon jumper?? 
Peyton Manning  
#174 | 2012 days ago

Remember Madden in superbowl xxxvi?

"I think the patriots should run out the clock and play for overtime. I dont agree with what the Patriots are doing right now"

After like 3 completions from Tom Brady.......

"Now I kinda like what the Patriots are doing!"
Tom Brady  
#175 | 2012 days ago

If I'd pick anyone it would be John Unitas the inventor of the two minute drill. He'd be 75 years old and could still run the drill better than someof the QB's out there now
Other  
#176 | 2011 days ago

Voted for Brady. I know some would vote for Warner but honestly, even with Fitzgerald on the field he couldn't get the ball out on the final play of the SB. I suppose Peyton is iin the equation too. I hope no one voted for Romo.
Tom Brady  
#177 | 2011 days ago

Mannysworld wrote:
Voted for Brady. I know some would vote for Warner but honestly, even with Fitzgerald on the field he couldn't get the ball out on the final play of the SB. I suppose Peyton is iin the equation too. I hope no one voted for Romo.
cheers
Tom Brady  
#178 | 2010 days ago

hey im a giants fan and eli is great and won a super bowl with 2:00 minutes to go. But so did Brady twice. Have to lean to Tom Brady
Tom Brady  
#179 | 2007 days ago

im a buccaneers fan and there is only one qb on that list that has proven himself brett favre lot of peeps don't like him but records don't lie
Brett Favre  
#180 | 2007 days ago

damn this is the poll that wont die
Tom Brady  
#181 | 2007 days ago

Brendanc8504 wrote:
damn this is the poll that wont die
We should start one of those retarded MySpace things that says if you comment again on this poll a guy will come to house at night and rip your face off.
Tom Brady  
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#183 | 2007 days ago

bayareabeast21 wrote:
 I'll try to put and end to this with  the hilarious exchange between Summerall And Madden the final game they announced together (Patriots/Rams Super Bowl)

Patriots driving into the end zone with less than 2 minutes left

Madden to Summerall: "You know Pat, youve really made these years special".

Pat to John after a good 5 seconds of silence "So have you". (translation slap a pair of tits on this queer and hes a woman)
i understand your trying to be funny, but you forgot something

Madden already has those
Tom Brady  
#184 | 2006 days ago

Why would you choose Peyton Manning???
Tom Brady all the way!!!
Tom Brady  
#185 | 2004 days ago

Raider_Dave wrote:
Until this season, I would say Peyton Manning no question.  But Big Ben wins now due in large part to his mobility and toughness.  He looks more poised than ever and has the experience and trust that you can expect of a champion.  His WR's are all undersized but tough as hell, and he can move around enough for them to break free.  By the time he retires, he could have 3-4 rings, which no one would have thought when he was drafted.
I wouldn't say that nobody said that, back on Gary Horton's the War Room and a few other places he was hailed as the best QB prospect since Peyton and I remember predicting he'd get 2 or 3 rings, [note: I also predicted the same for McNabb so I am not quite Nostradamus], but if you saw 8-9 of his game tapes and his pro day you could see that he has a similar skill set as the ones possessed by Roman Gabriel and Joe Flacco as a bonus he was still raw because he was a TE in HS until his senior year so he has continually grown as a QB since then, but I'd still take Peyton due to his precision and quick decision making, he's close to unsackable, that's the 1 thing he has over Warner or even Brady he's harder to sack.
Peyton Manning  
#186 | 2003 days ago

The ? was in the current year, who is the best QB that we would choose for the upcoming SB.  If you are talking here and now, then I would have to say Big Ben.  Right now, Ben has to have the most intangibles and moxie compared to the other QBs listed.   By no means am I dissing the other QBs in the list.  However, if you are talking about the here and now and the current situations in the league, Big Ben has proved his worth as an elite QB.  Brady would be a close 2nd.  But still in the here and now there are alot of questions with him (healthwise).  Let's see how he does with a fixed wheel.  Now if the ? was if you could take any QB in their prime and put them on your team then I would have to say Favre, Montana, Brady, Peyton, aBig Ben in that order.   
Ben Roethlisberger  
#187 | 2003 days ago

The ? was in the current year, who is the best QB that we would choose for the upcoming SB.  If you are talking here and now, then I would have to say Big Ben.  Right now, Ben has to have the most intangibles and moxie compared to the other QBs listed.   By no means am I dissing the other QBs in the list.  They are all worthy in some sense.  However, if you are talking about the here and now and the current situations in the league, Big Ben has proved his worth as an elite QB.  Ben does have a great deal of supporting cast around him too (e.g. DEF and others).  Brady would be a close 2nd.  But still in the here and now there are alot of questions with him (healthwise).  Let's see how he does with a fixed wheel.  Now if the ? was if you could take any QB in their prime and put them on your team then I would have to say Favre, Montana, Brady, Peyton, and Big Ben in that order.   
Ben Roethlisberger  
#188 | 2001 days ago

Brees had some great late game comebacks, but the Saints D made every opposing QB seem like some kind of Voltron Brady-Montana-Elway super hero! I'm still depressed... 
Drew Brees  
#189 | 2001 days ago

I have to go with Farve, he has won his share in the last two minutes in his career.
Brett Favre  
#190 | 2001 days ago

aperrysr1 wrote:
I have to go with Farve, he has won his share in the last two minutes in his career.
And he's lost more than his share in his career also.
Tom Brady  
#191 | 2001 days ago

Drew has the arm and the ability to move around. He is also in sync with his recievers better than most QB's
Drew Brees  
#192 | 1999 days ago

Too bad most of u never seen Johnny Unitas play the 2 Minute warning.  None of those QB's on the list can even be mentioned in the same breath!
Other  
#193 | 1999 days ago

Too bad most of u never seen Johnny Unitas play the 2 Minute warning.  None of those QB's on the list can even be mentioned in the same breath!
Other  
#194 | 1998 days ago

That what my pops said.
Other  
#195 | 1998 days ago

(Edited by randtor101)
That Unitas has ice water in his veins.
Other  
#196 | 1995 days ago

I PICKED PEYTON MANNING,BECAUSE HE HAS DONE IT FOR A LONG TIME AND PROVED IT OVER AND OVER,BUT AFTER THE LAST SUPER BOWL AND SAW THE DRIVE BEN ROETHISBERGER MADE HE WOULD HAVE TO BE A CLOSE SECOND.THAT TAKES ALOT TO SAY SINCE I AM A BROWN FAN
Peyton Manning  
#197 | 1995 days ago
Gvolt (+)

who ever picked McNabb needs to look at the history books and look at his poor record in the clutch. Tharts why I picked TOM BRADY!!!!!!!
Tom Brady  
#198 | 1994 days ago

you gotta pick da brady bunch lol he got moss and not corner can out jump him in the endzone. he does not lose or choke and driving for touchdown look at all the rings he has he is the guy you love to hate but you would love him as a teammate and hate him as a opponet
#199 | 1994 days ago

you gotta pick da brady bunch lol he got moss and not corner can out jump him in the endzone. he does not lose or choke and driving for touchdown look at all the rings he has he is the guy you love to hate but you would love him as a teammate and hate him as a opponet
#200 | 1993 days ago

Brady even having a year off, he has the talent, coach and leadership to get it done.
Tom Brady  
#201 | 1993 days ago

(Edited by bayareabeast21)
Unitas was good, but the way Montana handled the two minute offense even made Unitas look like a little kid. 
Tom Brady  
#202 | 1993 days ago

dude this is the post that wont die. it ended like 3 weeks ago. BRADY WON
Tom Brady  
#203 | 1991 days ago

Did somebody really pick Romo????  He has proven time and again that he doesn't play well in the big games.
Peyton Manning  
#204 | 1991 days ago

I think it best to go with the hot hand until it's no longer hot!
Ben Roethlisberger  
#205 | 1989 days ago

 Seeing as Big Ben just did it, it's kind of hard to argue he should be the guy.  But for classic, little doubt and confidence ... not many beat Elway.
Ben Roethlisberger  
#206 | 1987 days ago

(Edited by RespectTheStar)
As a cowboys fan, I gotta go with my boy ROMO.





Just Kidding. Anyone who picked him needs to quit drinking the kool-aid.
It's easy....comes down...for me.....ot these four guys. Brady, Manning, Rothlisburger, and Brees. Rothlisberger has lost as many big games as he's won, so he's out. So it came down to whos done it more. Brees- 16 gamewinning drives, Brady- 24. Manning-34. Game over.
Peyton Manning  
#207 | 1984 days ago

When the stakes are high there has been no better quarterback the last 10 years than Brady. Sure, Peyton Manning has the most game-winning drives, but his playoff performances have been mixed. In head to head games between Peyton and Brady in the playoffs Brady has come out on top every single time with one exception. And Brady would have won that game as well if he had any decent receivers like Deion Branch for that game. Also, Brady has two game winning drives in the Super Bowl. He reminds a lot of Montana. And Montana was the greatest two minute quarterback of all time with Elway as a close second. Just ask Bengals and Browns fans.
Tom Brady  
#208 | 1983 days ago
bmcannon1 (+)

Bradford is from Oklahoma. As for the Texas Shorthorns coming to the Sooners, well now, tell me this......what does that say about Texas when there own high school players want to play for Oklahoma????? And i dont mean texas's second rate players, im talking players like Adrian Peterson, Billy Sims....and the list goes on and on. The bottom answer is this...........TEXAS SUX.
Eli Manning  
#209 | 1983 days ago

If Unitas played with the rules offenses get away with these days his records would have never been broken.

Other  
#210 | 1983 days ago

If Unitas played with the rules offenses get away with these days his records would have never been broken.

Other  
#211 | 1981 days ago

onedizzieliz wrote:
I want John Madden because he talks to much and I would like to see him get tackled and duck tape on his mouth, LMAO
I agree with that statement
Jay Cutler  
#212 | 1981 days ago

R3DS8XFaN wrote:
John Elway
Current QBs, of all QBS though, Elway would be my choice.
Tom Brady  

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