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  • #46
    Originally posted by Chief49er View Post
    1-Steve Young
    2-Joe Montana
    3-P. Manning
    4-Tom Brady
    Did Tom Brady just beat out Alex Smith?

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Chief49er View Post
      Hey... Steve Young is underrated!

      as for Marino and Elway... I think they should be 3 and 4 as of now. But as looking at an ALL TIME team I tried to look into the future and think of Manning and Brady 10 years from now.
      Its alright, Manning, Young, and Brady are way out of the running anyway



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      • #48
        Originally posted by Chief49er View Post
        Hey... Steve Young is underrated!

        as for Marino and Elway... I think they should be 3 and 4 as of now. But as looking at an ALL TIME team I tried to look into the future and think of Manning and Brady 10 years from now.
        Yeah because its a safe assumption that there accomplishments will continue at the same rate over the course of the next ten years, and that even if they do, they will surpass Elway, Marino, Unitas, Grahm, Favre etc...

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        • #49
          Originally posted by Chief49er View Post
          Hey... Steve Young is underrated!

          as for Marino and Elway... I think they should be 3 and 4 as of now. But as looking at an ALL TIME team I tried to look into the future and think of Manning and Brady 10 years from now.
          so ud honestly take steve young over any other qb in history?

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          • #50
            Originally posted by reese View Post
            so ud honestly take steve young over any other qb in history?
            yes.

            A left-handed thrower, Young was famous for his ability to "scramble" away from the pass rush. He holds the record for most career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, 43. He is the only quarterback in NFL history to have four consecutive seasons with a passer rating of over 100; he also led the league in passer rating those four years, another NFL record. Overall, Young was the NFL's top rated passer in 6 different seasons (1991-1994, 1996-1997), tying a record set by Sammy Baugh.

            He has the second-highest single-season passer rating at 112.8 (set in the 1994 season), next to Indianapolis Colts' Peyton Manning, who shattered the mark in 2004 with a record 121.1 QB rating. However, among quarterbacks with at least 1,500 passing attempts, Young's career passer rating of 96.8 is the highest of any quarterback in NFL history. Peyton Manning is second at 94.4; Kurt Warner is third at 93.8. Young's career completion percentage (64.3%) is the fourth-highest ever for qualifying quarterbacks, behind Kurt Warner (65.6%), Chad Pennington (65.1%), and Marc Bulger (64.4%).

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Young_(athlete)

            http://www.databasefootball.com/play...kid=YOUNGSTE02
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            • #51
              Originally posted by Chief49er View Post
              yes.

              A left-handed thrower, Young was famous for his ability to "scramble" away from the pass rush. He holds the record for most career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, 43. He is the only quarterback in NFL history to have four consecutive seasons with a passer rating of over 100; he also led the league in passer rating those four years, another NFL record. Overall, Young was the NFL's top rated passer in 6 different seasons (1991-1994, 1996-1997), tying a record set by Sammy Baugh.

              He has the second-highest single-season passer rating at 112.8 (set in the 1994 season), next to Indianapolis Colts' Peyton Manning, who shattered the mark in 2004 with a record 121.1 QB rating. However, among quarterbacks with at least 1,500 passing attempts, Young's career passer rating of 96.8 is the highest of any quarterback in NFL history. Peyton Manning is second at 94.4; Kurt Warner is third at 93.8. Young's career completion percentage (64.3%) is the fourth-highest ever for qualifying quarterbacks, behind Kurt Warner (65.6%), Chad Pennington (65.1%), and Marc Bulger (64.4%).

              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Young_(athlete)

              http://www.databasefootball.com/play...kid=YOUNGSTE02
              those stats u gave really dont mean a whole lot...i mean look at the guys who u mentioned with him...kurt warner...pennington...

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              • #52
                im not tryin to bash young...i thnk he was good but i dont think he is even close to being one of the best ever

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                • #53
                  Young always had Rice, thats my reasoning



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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Chief49er View Post
                    yes.

                    A left-handed thrower, Young was famous for his ability to "scramble" away from the pass rush. He holds the record for most career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, 43. He is the only quarterback in NFL history to have four consecutive seasons with a passer rating of over 100; he also led the league in passer rating those four years, another NFL record. Overall, Young was the NFL's top rated passer in 6 different seasons (1991-1994, 1996-1997), tying a record set by Sammy Baugh.

                    He has the second-highest single-season passer rating at 112.8 (set in the 1994 season), next to Indianapolis Colts' Peyton Manning, who shattered the mark in 2004 with a record 121.1 QB rating. However, among quarterbacks with at least 1,500 passing attempts, Young's career passer rating of 96.8 is the highest of any quarterback in NFL history. Peyton Manning is second at 94.4; Kurt Warner is third at 93.8. Young's career completion percentage (64.3%) is the fourth-highest ever for qualifying quarterbacks, behind Kurt Warner (65.6%), Chad Pennington (65.1%), and Marc Bulger (64.4%).

                    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Young_(athlete)

                    http://www.databasefootball.com/play...kid=YOUNGSTE02
                    I don't know where to start. To be honest I prefer people saying Peyton Manning is the best QB of all time. We could start by looking at Young's supporting cast and saying that was a reason for his lofty numbers. We could then draw from that, then his numbers aren't an overwhelingly accurate depiction of the quarterback he is, even though he is quite a good quarterback.

                    He was certainly not a good QB before going to San Fransisco, he was abysmal in Tampa Bay... 3 W 16 L, posting a whopping 21 interceptions and just 11 TD's. Then to top it off his completion percentage hovered at 55%.

                    He wasn't a fulltime starter, granted he was playing behind Montana, until his 8th season, giving him only a seven year career, with one of the best supporting casts a QB could ask for. In addition he had many injury problems and only was a starter for every game twice in his career.

                    Finally, you could look at some of the other QBs in the stats you used. Chad Pennington, Marc Bulger, Kurt Warner? Those guys are good QBs but the fact that they are up there with him shows its not as meaningful a stat as one could hope for.

                    That being said he was a HOF QB and a great QB at that, but G.O.A.T at QB? Hell no.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by neko4 View Post
                      Young always had Rice, thats my reasoning
                      maybe Rice always had Montana and Young.
                      Die hard 49ers fan for over 20 years.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Chief49er View Post
                        maybe Rice always had Montana and Young.
                        Or you just got caught being a homer...Young isnt the best QB in 49er history.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Chief49er View Post
                          maybe Rice always had Montana and Young.
                          And Rich Gannon too?



                          Not likely considering he was good in Oakland at an old age



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                          • #58
                            Okay I'll change it to 60...which means that the next vote could be the deciding factor



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                            • #59
                              whats the score

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by reese View Post
                                whats the score
                                Montana-59
                                Elway-58
                                Unitas-44
                                Marino-40
                                Favre-18
                                Young-4
                                Manning-4
                                Baugh-3
                                Staubach-2
                                Fran Tarkenton-1
                                Brady-1

                                When someone reaches 60, voting will stop



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