Young Guns: Who’s the NFL’s Next Elite Quarterback

May 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With Drew Brees, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning 32, 33, and 34 years old respectively, the NFL turns to its 20-somethings to see who will join the game's next group of elite quarterbacks.
Many have shined from time to time, and have shown great promise, but the three clear-cut picks to carry the torch have been pretty well defined by most experts and analysts as Philip Rivers, Matt Schaub and Aaron Rodgers.
The stats compiled are not based on win/loss records solely, however it is a considering factor. The criteria is based on the following:
Ability to lead their team:
Established leadership.
400 yards is great, but if it's followed by a four-interception game, this won't get it done.
Passing yards, completion percentage, passer rating, touchdowns and interceptions etc.
Player Evaluation
Philip Rivers
28 Years Old, 6'5", 240 lbs
Year Experience: 7
College: North Carolina State

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