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Old 12-20-2017, 12:20 PM   #11
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Keenum is better than Bradford and Bridgewater. Vikings got super lucky they lucked into playing the best QB for them.
BEFORE the season he wasn't, he had a career rating of 78.4
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Old 12-20-2017, 12:24 PM   #12
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BEFORE the season he wasn't, he had a career rating of 78.4
They got super lucky he is actually better though and they were able to find that out.

Bradford or Bridgewater play the year and the team is 6-8 right now
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If we're playing the injuries card, the Packers are the true 2017 NFC North champs
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Old 12-20-2017, 12:27 PM   #14
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If we're playing the injuries card, the Packers are the true 2017 NFC North champs
Packers go 3-5 in those games is a high possibility with Rodgers. Lose at Vikings still, lose to Detroit still, lose to Ravens and Steelers still. Lose to Saints still

The injury to Rodgers changed nothing from their record. It basically made the Bears, Bucs and Browns game close. That's it

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The biggest QB injury in the division was Stafford's ankle injury against Saints and Vikings (final 2 drives)


Lions decimated O and Dline from injuries were the biggest injuries in NFL

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Old 12-20-2017, 12:36 PM   #16
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The biggest QB injury in the division was Stafford's ankle injury against Saints and Vikings (final 2 drives)
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Old 12-20-2017, 12:43 PM   #17
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2 drives VS 10 games, lol.
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Old 12-20-2017, 02:03 PM   #18
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Lions have a good QB. Royally screwed was not due to bad QBs

90s they weren't royally screwed. They just had poor QBs going against Aikman and Favre and Steve Young. Try a little reading comprehension next time.

Keenum is better than Bradford and Bridgewater. Vikings got super lucky they lucked into playing the best QB for them. Vikings had way more health on defense which is what carries them. Oline was healthier too. Vikings were way healthier than Detroit which helped them win the division. Detroit would 11-3 or 12-2 with Viking D and Oline health
Troy Aikman was average at best. I am convinced that just about anybody would have won multiple titles with that Cowboys team. They were so stacked at every position! Erik Kramer probably would've won two or three titles with that Cowboys team
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Aikman was hard to judge. Watching him play maybe he was a bit overrated back then but nowadays people dismiss him altogether. Just a different game. I thought he was good. I thought he made the plays when he needed too.. Yeah they had a stacked team but compared to other QB of his time I think he rated well.
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Old 12-20-2017, 04:00 PM   #20
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Aikman's career passer rating was 81.4. He played from 1989 - 2000

here are some others in that timeframe

Young 96.8 85-99
Marino 86.4 83-99
Gannon 84.7 87-04
Kelly 84.4 86-96
Kosar 81.8 85-96
O'Donnell 81.8 91-03
Cunningham 81.5 85-01
Boomer 81.1 84-97
moon 80.9 84-00
Hostetler 80.5 85-97
Elway 79.9 83-98
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