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Old 11-04-2009, 01:25 PM   #1
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Old 11-04-2009, 01:39 PM   #2
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PUKE!

Yet another list with that overrated whinebaby at the top of it....
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Old 11-04-2009, 01:45 PM   #3
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Over a career, I would go with Manning as of now.

But as far as "currently clutch", Ben all the way.

Doesn't get any better than having to do it in the Super bowl behind the worst offensive line (which was last year, not this one) in SB history.
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Old 11-04-2009, 02:16 PM   #4
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Who cares....let's just add ring #7 to the inventory.
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I would go with Ben all the way based on his heroics in big games, not just comebacks. Anybody can be clutch in the regular season. Every week there's a QB that brings their team from behind but Ben does it when it matters. Manning, until he got his 1 SB ring, was constantly questioned about his "clutchness". Brady is a great QB but has generally had superb talent surrounding him. I will admit though if Tom Terrific does it this year, it will be a great feat! There D is terrible and their offense is beatable! #7 Big Ben all the way!!!!
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Old 11-04-2009, 03:42 PM   #6
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As much as I have come to dislike the Favre au Drama, he belongs at the top of that list with Ben holding strong at #2 imho.

Baby Eli at #3? What the hell is this guy smokin'?

Phillip Rivers at #5 who doesn't make a hair follice on Drew Brees' cute ass?
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manning is not clutch at all, maybe eli is somewhat, but not peyton, he has 1 super bowl win, and the mvp of that game should have been dominic rhodes or rex grossman, peyton is a tv star, not a clutch QB, his postseason career sucks, since the super bowl he hasnt won a playoff game, and before that he only won a few
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manning is not clutch at all, maybe eli is somewhat, but not peyton, he has 1 super bowl win, and the mvp of that game should have been dominic rhodes or rex grossman, peyton is a tv star, not a clutch QB, his postseason career sucks, since the super bowl he hasnt won a playoff game, and before that he only won a few



Really? peyton is the only QB in the league i would even put up against ben at being the most clutch.
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Over a career, I would go with Manning as of now.

But as far as "currently clutch", Ben all the way.

Doesn't get any better than having to do it in the Super bowl behind the worst offensive line (which was last year, not this one) in SB history.
It pains me to say it, but looking at it objectively, when you need a score late in a big game, when it really counts and all bets are off, I'd go with Roethlisberger over Manning any day.

Trust me- I've seen the results one too many times. TOO many times.
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