In His Defense: Peyton Manning Is Still Better Than Ben Roethlisberger

February 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Author's Note: B/R's own Spencer Tucksen wrote an article that proclaimed Ben Roethlisberger (as did Nick Signorelli) as a better NFL quarterback than Peyton Manning. They're both wrong.
Spencer Tucksen (who I respect, but merely wanted to engage in an article battle with) has written a piece that has ignited a flame in my dormant argue furnace.
His argument is that Ben Roethlisberger is a better quarterback than Peyton Manning, and mine is that, well, that's just the biggest joke in the world.
The following is an exact breakdown of Tucksen's article (which was good, so click here to read it) and counters his arguments based on the category:
1. Stats

You can't even begin to bring stats onto the table. Using Manning's success and longevity (as well as simply playing more games) just isn't fair.

Roethlisberger (if he stays healthy) will one day play that many games, and then in the numbers category, you can open up the argument again.

But ...

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