Who is the most disappointing QB in the League?

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Who is the most disapointing QB?

Schaub
24
24%
Romo
8
8%
Eli Manning
47
46%
Vick
4
4%
RG3
10
10%
Papaki
9
9%
 
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  • I guess Schaub has had the worst run recently, but I don't know what's wrong with the Giants this year. I also thought the Vick would have good year under Chip Kelly, but after the Redskins, he's been pretty pedestrian as well. Romo is astoundingly unclutch, and RG3 had probably unrealistic expectations when coming back after his knee injury.

    edit: Changed Gabbert to RG3.
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  • Romo, can't finish (games or seasons).
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  • Eli, suppose to be elite, 2 SB wins, and is doing nothing.. As far as just sucking schaub, as far as not living up to expectations Eli...
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  • hawker84 wrote:Eli, suppose to be elite, 2 SB wins, and is doing nothing..


    Yep. Followed by Vick.

    The rest have pretty much sucked.
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  • Eli for sure, not one win yet and a boat load of INT.

    Newton also, that new OC is not working out at all with Newton, he should be playing better than this.

    Flacco maybe, he's been asked to carry more of the load and I get that Rice was injured and the TE position is fail with Pitta out but you got the contract and played huge in the playoffs, should be playing better.
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  • Eli got my vote with Shaub a close second. I still think Romo is damn good but he does need to get over those last second melt downs.
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  • Apparently it is Matt Flynn..
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  • I don't know how Eli isn't the top vote-getter right now. I guess if you go beyond just this year, it's Romo or Schaub - no doubt. But in 2013? Eli Manning has 12 picks and a completion rate in the 50's right now. Not to mention his team is 0-5. If that's any other QB than the two time Superb Owl champ, that QB is benched.

    I can understand Schaub, though. Four weeks with a pick-six? That's pretty bad.
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  • RG3 perhaps?

    Voted for Schaub by the way.
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  • Cam Newton?
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  • I was going to vote for Eli.... then I read the last option.
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  • How can it not be Romo? You play 4 qtrs to win the game. Dude is clutch at choking when it matters most.
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  • Eli doucheface. If he had a different last name he'd have splinters in his behind.
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  • I voted for Papaki just because. :D Seriously, from the list I would say Eli. Not on the list, Matt Flynn.
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  • "Eli Doucheface"? Really?

    Who actually had expectations for Kaep, Vick or Gabbert?
    They probably shouldn't be on the list.

    Romo? He's an all timer from the 20 to the 20. Throws up lots of gaudy numbers, then craps the bed. I think he's having a typical Romo year. Hard to be disappointed with that.

    Eli's is typically Romo's polar opposite. He will lull you to sleep with pedestrian play, then MURDER you with the nightmare big gainer while mounting a furious come back. You can't be stunned when that brand of magic finally comes to an end.

    My vote goes to Schaub. Great WRs, great RBs and lots of experience across the offense. Throw in an awesome game changing defense and Houston was all set to challenge for the AFC. Schaub is currently so deep in this slump, I fear he may never get the chance to play his way out of it. Very disappointed and even saddened by his play thus far. He is capable of being very good.
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  • Dissapointing?

    would be Eli. How many picks have he thrown? He has Cruz and Nicks.

    Kapernick is doing good as always


    and I don't know why Vick and Gabbert are there on the list. They have always been bad.
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  • I don't even know how Romo is on this list. He's doing exactly what he always does. Putting up gaudy numbers and choking at the end. Its nothing new, so why be disappointed in it?
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  • Has to be Eli

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    None of the others have 1

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  • Right now Schaub. On the season as a whole? Eli for sure.
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  • Peyton Manning.

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  • Schaub by a mile!

    Eli has no one that can protect him on the o-line.
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  • Gabbert. The worst 1st round qb in the past 15 years
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  • Eli Manning
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  • Voted ELi, but I should have put Schaub. Not really surprised by Eli, as he has a history of nonsensical throws and lotsa INTs. Schaub had at least seemed to be more consistent.

    And I don't want to hear about Eli's poor OL. It's nothing compared to what Rivers' had to deal with for two years and he was deemed a failure because of it.
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  • ivotuk wrote:Gabbert. The worst 1st round qb in the past 15 years

    JaMarcus Russell
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  • How could you not include Kaepernick?

    By far the easiest choice here. He has been dreadful.
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  • If disappointment = fails to meat expectations I would suggest

    Freeman and Flynn. Both failed to meet even backup quality
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  • drastik wrote:How could you not include Kaepernick?

    By far the easiest choice here. He has been dreadful.

    See Papaki
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  • sc85sis wrote:
    ivotuk wrote:Gabbert. The worst 1st round qb in the past 15 years

    JaMarcus Russell


    I concede to your superior selection. Not even Ryan Leaf sucked that hard. I think JaMarcus is one of the big reasons the NFL wanted rookie contracts. Teams couldn't pay anyone else on the roster because one rookie had screwed the veterans out of their share.
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  • Why is Romo on this list? He's got 13 TDs vs. 2 INTs, and a 114 passer rating. That's 23 points higher than our QB. He's having a career year. Is it because of the Denver game? Because only a moron would think Romo was the reason Dallas lost that game.

    Among the 5 remaining options, It's a very tough call. Any of them would make a compelling case, but my pick goes to Kaepernick. I thought he was going to destroy the league this season. He's shown major progress at checking reads and managing the offense in the red zone. He's playing the game faster than ever. And yet, the results haven't really been there. He hasn't been terrible, but he hasn't gotten the results I had expected of him. Sure, his supporting cast looks awful right now, but even still, seeing a 81.9 passer rating next to his portrait feels too low to excuse away.

    I bet he bounces back and finishes the season with a passer rating in the 90s, but for right now, he stands out as the guy who undershot my expectations for performance the most. Even Eli with his gajillion interceptions has played mostly well when not throwing to the wrong team, whereas Kaepernick has just looked "flat" every game since week 1. I guess statistically the obvious choice is Eli, but I probably wasn't the only one who sniffed out a down year for the Giants and Eli before this season began, so for me, it's a little surprising, but not what I would consider the most disappointing. My expectation was that Eli would struggle this year and that New York would be a 6 win team. I'm not sure what it is, but something about that team is broken. Even when they finally get a running game against Chicago, they are still finding ways to lose games.
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  • sc85sis wrote:
    ivotuk wrote:Gabbert. The worst 1st round qb in the past 15 years

    JaMarcus Russell


    Nope, nope. I'm going to stick with Gabbert on this one.

    Russell is certainly the "most worse than advertised" QB in the last 15 years, but all other things equal I think i'd still rather have him than Gabbert as my QB
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  • 1. Manning
    2. Papaki

    Common, everyone voting Schaub must have never watched Schaub play before. Vick is fine, just as injury prone as ever. RGIII is fine, his defense sucks. Romo is doing great.
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  • Eli with Schaub a strong second, I had seen this for quite a while and didn't answer but then remembered the ohhh Eli Manning is an elite quarterback it only fits with so many picks already.
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