Originally Posted by Ricco Suavez
Since the 2003 Superbowl the AFC has been represented by teams with one of three QBs, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and Ben Roethlisberger . With The Steelers now out of playoff contention, will it continue with Brady or Peyton in the AFC. Nine years in a row with only three QBs, Brady with 4 trips during that time span, Ben with 3, and Peyton with 2. Brady had a previous trip in 2001.
It will. In fact, I think they'll be playing in the Championship game, so it will be a guarantee after the divisional round.
The Texans are fading, the Ravens are really fading, the Colts are the beneficiary of a last place schedule and are still a couple years away, and the Bengals just aren't that good.
Hard to believe.
12-? Payton I think
That would give Brady 4, Ben and Payton 3 each and Flacco and the rest of the pretenders with a big fat 0 combined.
Shows you the power of having an elite QB.
More of the same in the NFC in the last 5 years.
03-06 were 4 avg. QB's in the NFC with McNabb being the most accomplished, but none of the 4 were able to win.