Dave Dameshek explores how the Chicago Bears and New York Giants could’ve swapped Super Bowls had their backup QB situation been different. Animation courtesy of Bindledog.com.
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“Elite” isn’t the issue. And as Joe Flacco taught us in the first two months of 2013, it never really was.
Sure, prior to Flacco’s flabbergasting run through the post-season, the club of Super Bowl-winning winning QBs had an exclusive membership of just six current NFL signal callers. Those players are of course:
Tom Brady (3 Lombardis)
Ben Roethlisberger (2)
Eli Manning (2)
Aaron Rodgers (1)
Drew Brees (1)
Peyton Manning (1)
Correct me if I’m wrong, but –- regardless how you’d rank those half-dozen names amongst each other –- we can agree they’re the NFL’s six best QBs overall. (I know, I know: you aren’t positive I’m right. Think it through, though, and you’ll realize I am. Go ahead … take your time. I’ll wait.)
Rank rejoins Shek and the Dave Dameshek Football Program after a short sabbatical to talk with Handsome Hank and Dan Hanzus about the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. The guys also chat about the Academy Awards and propose Oscar-inspired additions to the Land of the Fox. And the debate for ‘Best Invention Ever’ continues while Handsome Hank is still beaming from meeting his newest Miami Dolphins hero Ryan Tannehill.
Download: DDFP 134: Combine, Oscars