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Old 08-21-2009, 02:51 AM   #1
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Default Post-season passer ratings of all 43 Super Bowl-winning QBs

ran into this on another site...interesting

my thoughts on Elway being the 2nd greatest ever might change...

and Aikman deserves more props then he gets...dude was killer in the post season...

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Post-season passer ratings of all 43 Super Bowl-winning QBs

151.7 - Joe Montana (XXIV)
138.1 - Phil Simms (XXI)
135.6 - Bart Starr (I)
126.4 - Troy Aikman (XXVII)
117.2 - Steve Young (XXIX)
117.0 - Joe Montana (XXIII)
110.7 - Joe Theismann (XVII)
109.4 - Tom Brady (XXXIX)
107.5 - Brett Favre (XXXI)
106.6 - Jim McMahon (XX)
106.1 - Troy Aikman (XXX)
104.1 - Terry Bradshaw (XIII)
104.1 - Ken Stabler (XI)
104.0 - Troy Aikman (XXVIII)
102.7 - Bart Starr (II)
101.7 - Ben Roethlisberger (XL)
99.1 - Kurt Warner (XXXIV)
98.6 - Roger Staubach (VI)
98.6 - Doug Williams (XXII)
98.5 - Terry Bradshaw (XIV)
96.2 - Jim Plunkett (XV)
95.7 - Eli Manning (XLII)
94.9 - Terry Bradshaw (IX)
94.3 - Joe Montana (XVI)
92.5 - Jeff Hostetler (XXV)
91.6 - Ben Roethlisberger (XLIII)
89.8 - Joe Montana (XIX)
88.3 - Roger Staubach (XII)
86.2 - Bob Griese (VIII)
86.1 - Mark Rypien (XXVI)
85.9 - John Elway (XXXIII)
85.3 - Jim Plunkett (XVIII)
84.5 - Tom Brady (XXXVIII)
83.9 - John Elway (XXXII)
83.7 - Trent Dilfer (XXXV)
80.8 - Len Dawson (IV)
79.9 - Brad Johnson (XXXVII)
78.9 - Earl Morrall/Bob Griese (VII)
76.3 - Johhny Unitas (V)
74.2 - Joe Namath (III)
73.4 - Tom Brady (XXXVI)
70.5 - Peyton Manning (XLI)
68.4 - Terry Bradshaw (X)

By decade: 1966-1969

135.6 - Bart Starr (I)
102.7 - Bart Starr (II)
80.8 - Len Dawson (IV)
74.2 - Joe Namath (III)

By decade: 1970-1979

104.1 - Terry Bradshaw (XIII)
104.1 - Ken Stabler (XI)
98.6 - Roger Staubach (VI)
98.5 - Terry Bradshaw (XIV)
94.9 - Terry Bradshaw (IX)
88.3 - Roger Staubach (XII)
86.2 - Bob Griese (VIII)
78.9 - Earl Morrall/Bob Griese (VII)
76.3 - Johhny Unitas (V)
68.4 - Terry Bradshaw (X)

By decade: 1980-1989

151.7 - Joe Montana (XXIV)
138.1 - Phil Simms (XXI)
117.0 - Joe Montana (XXIII)
110.7 - Joe Theismann (XVII)
106.6 - Jim McMahon (XX)
98.6 - Doug Williams (XXII)
96.2 - Jim Plunkett (XV)
94.3 - Joe Montana (XVI)
89.8 - Joe Montana (XIX)
85.3 - Jim Plunkett (XVIII)

By decade: 1990-1999

126.4 - Troy Aikman (XXVII)
117.2 - Steve Young (XXIX)
107.5 - Brett Favre (XXXI)
106.1 - Troy Aikman (XXX)
104.0 - Troy Aikman (XXVIII)
99.1 - Kurt Warner (XXXIV)
92.5 - Jeff Hostetler (XXV)
86.1 - Mark Rypien (XXVI)
85.9 - John Elway (XXXIII)
83.9 - John Elway (XXXII)

By decade: 2000-2008

109.4 - Tom Brady (XXXIX)
101.7 - Ben Roethlisberger (XL)
95.7 - Eli Manning (XLII)
91.6 - Ben Roethlisberger (XLIII)
84.5 - Tom Brady (XXXVIII)
83.7 - Trent Dilfer (XXXV)
79.9 - Brad Johnson (XXXVII)
73.4 - Tom Brady (XXXVI)
70.5 - Peyton Manning (XLI)

QBs with multiple Super Bowl championships - cumulative*

116.5 - Bart Starr
112.6 - Troy Aikman
111.4 - Joe Montana
96.7 - Ben Roethlisberger
93.0 - Terry Bradshaw
92.1 - Roger Staubach
91.1 - Jim Plunkett
89.3 - Bob Griese
87.5 - Tom Brady
84.9 - John Elway

* - Seasons resulting in Super Bowl championships only.

NOTE: All passer ratings listed in this post are cumulative, and involve every playoff game in a single post-season.

Montana's preformance in route to Super Bowl XXIV is just sickening...he pretty much just completely raped every defense he saw...
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Old 08-21-2009, 02:52 AM   #2
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Old 08-21-2009, 02:56 AM   #3
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yeah, he is suprisingly low on that list...

the fact that he is listed 3 times says alot though...

Aikman just completely owned the 90s though...I really didn't even know it was like THAT...I might have to change my view that Roger was better...

also people shoudl notice that Bradshaw played fantastic in his 4 Super Bowl years...he is underrated also...
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Eli Manning has a better passer rating than Peyton or Brady. Clearly, this list is not the best indication of greatness. Though, this does give some insight on who was good when it mattered.

Joe Montana is the #1 GOAT QB in my book and that 151.7/111.4 over 4 rings rating sure reinforces that opinion lol.
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Passer Rating is an overrated stat.
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Do they have all time playoffs passer ratings? I think I might be more curious to see that
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Eli Manning has a better passer rating than Peyton or Brady. Clearly, this list is not the best indication of greatness. Though, this does give some insight on who was good when it mattered.

Joe Montana is the #1 GOAT QB in my book and that 151.7/111.4 over 4 rings rating sure reinforces that opinion lol.
Brady's best is #8 on the list...much higher than Eli...

but yeah, WOW at Peyton being that low...
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Passer Rating is an overrated stat.
only for an entire career...not for a single year...

QBs have to go through growing pains and then sub prime years, so alot of the greats have poor career passer ratings...

BUT in most cases if they had a great year then the passer rating reflected that...

for some reason this doesn't work with Elway...I am starting to question just how great Elway really was...
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Brady's best is #8 on the list...much higher than Eli...

but yeah, WOW at Peyton being that low...

I was referring to his cumulative rating

C'mon, how can you doubt Elway based on a list of 3-4 games?
Roesthlisberger had a game where he had a 101.7, he is NOT a great QB. I'm still skeptical on this list. Aikman was great no doubt, but his legacy can't be better than Elway's.
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158.3 - Antwaan Randle El (XL)
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I was referring to his cumulative rating

C'mon, how can you doubt Elway based on a list of 3-4 games?
Roesthlisberger had a game where he had a 101.7, he is NOT a great QB. I'm still skeptical on this list. Aikman was great no doubt, but his legacy can't be better than Elway's.
well, the common Aikman hater would say he just played for the greatest team ever...(and then go on to say Emmitt sucked, lol)

I don't know man...I still have Elway in my top 5 for sure...but I think I have to move him down a notch from #2...I just don't know who should take his place...Brady already?

is Brady already the 2nd greatest QB ever?...
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well, the common Aikman hater would say he just played for the greatest team ever...(and then go on to say Emmitt sucked, lol)

I don't know man...I still have Elway in my top 5 for sure...but I think I have to move him down a notch from #2...I just don't know who should take his place...Brady already?

is Brady already the 2nd greatest QB ever?...

its impossible to deny Aikman's team was STACKED. do people actually say Emmitt sucked?

Brady could very well be in the discussion for GOAT QB when he's done but for the time being, my list:

1. Joe Montana - Rings, clutch, pure talent, stats. His famous Super Bowl drive alone is almost enough for me to put him at 1. I actually hesitate to make him #1 100% cause like Aikman, his team was LOADED. I'd consider having him and Elway 1 and 1a.

2. John Elway - I don't care what haters say. Arm strength, mobility, accuracy, intelligence, passing ability, incredibly clutch in his own right. Only two for five in SBs though. As a QB, I think I might have him over Montana but Montana's basically on par with more rings.

3. Johnny Unitas - The record setting man in his era. He put up 30+ TDs in an era with just 12 games as opposed to our 16. That's about 40 TDs, assuming he kept it up at that pace in an era where it was obviously less strategic and people were less skilled. He is a legend and has the titles to back it.

4. Here's where I'm torn between some guys.
I have the next few guys at a toss up at 4-6.
Bart Starr - Never a volume statistics guy, but he got it done. 5 titles. FIVE.
Not to mention he has a better YPA than some of the GOAT QBs. The Packers were a gritty running team but he was clutch when it really mattered.

Tom Brady - People give Belicheck a lot of credit as being a great coach, but his record sucked before Brady. Like, SUCKED. 3 rings, 50 TDs, the greatest single season of a QB EVER. Guarantee when he retires; him, Elway and Montana will be the trifecta of QB greats.

Steve Young - Given less credit than deserved I think for being Montana's successor. He RAN for tons of TDs, the traits of a prolific passer, GOAT SB domination. If it wasn't for those damn Dallas teams, Young would certainly have more rings. CAREER passer rating of 97, thats with him struggling early on.

I'm thinking
1.Montana
2.Elway
3.Unitas
4.Young
5.Brady
6.Starr
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its impossible to deny Aikman's team was STACKED. do people actually say Emmitt sucked?

Brady could very well be in the discussion for GOAT QB when he's done but for the time being, my list:

1. Joe Montana - Rings, clutch, pure talent, stats. His famous Super Bowl drive alone is almost enough for me to put him at 1. I actually hesitate to make him #1 100% cause like Aikman, his team was LOADED. I'd consider having him and Elway 1 and 1a.

2. John Elway - I don't care what haters say. Arm strength, mobility, accuracy, intelligence, passing ability, incredibly clutch in his own right. Only two for five in SBs though. As a QB, I think I might have him over Montana but Montana's basically on par with more rings.

3. Johnny Unitas - The record setting man in his era. He put up 30+ TDs in an era with just 12 games as opposed to our 16. That's about 40 TDs, assuming he kept it up at that pace in an era where it was obviously less strategic and people were less skilled. He is a legend and has the titles to back it.

4. Here's where I'm torn between some guys.
I have the next few guys at a toss up at 4-6.
Bart Starr - Never a volume statistics guy, but he got it done. 5 titles. FIVE.
Not to mention he has a better YPA than some of the GOAT QBs. The Packers were a gritty running team but he was clutch when it really mattered.

Tom Brady - People give Belicheck a lot of credit as being a great coach, but his record sucked before Brady. Like, SUCKED. 3 rings, 50 TDs, the greatest single season of a QB EVER. Guarantee when he retires; him, Elway and Montana will be the trifecta of QB greats.

Steve Young - Given less credit than deserved I think for being Montana's successor. He RAN for tons of TDs, the traits of a prolific passer, GOAT SB domination. If it wasn't for those damn Dallas teams, Young would certainly have more rings. CAREER passer rating of 97, thats with him struggling early on.

I'm thinking
1.Montana
2.Elway
3.Unitas
4.Young
5.Brady
6.Starr

Where would you place Marino and P.Manning?
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List is invalid without Marino and Favre.
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