There’s a reason why the NFL season isn’t officially over until March, and that reason is a mystery.
While the NFL has been known to tweak the rules for the past few seasons, it’s not quite as drastic as some would think.
That’s because the NFL is one of the most dynamic sports leagues in the world, and every team in the league has a star.
We’re talking Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Tom Brady, and Russell Wilson.
The difference in talent between the top-10 and bottom-ten quarterbacks is staggering.
In fact, the average quarterback who played in every season in the past 10 seasons (since the start of the league) has been able to put up numbers like this: Manning has the league’s best career QB rating (99.1) and second-best career passer rating (95.7).
The most dominant quarterback in league history (Tom Brady) has had a passer rating of just 84.6.
In the same timeframe, the league average passer rating for the same position is just 88.4.
That means that Tom Brady’s career passer ratings of 99.1 and 99.9 are both pretty impressive numbers.
But Brady’s passer rating is also better than his career average of 79.1, which is still far below the league-average mark of 78.4, and Brees’ passer rating ranks in the top three among all QBs in league annals (with Tom Brady as the only QB in history to have a passer mark of at least 90.0).
Brady and Brees are also the only two quarterbacks to average at least 80 percent of their team’s rushing yards per game (with Brees as the first in league-record history to reach that mark).
Brady has a great deal of success running the ball with an average of 5.5 yards per carry (and an average per carry of 2.6 yards per rush) and Brees has the highest rushing efficiency in league play (3.0) and is second in the NFL in rushing touchdowns (five).
Brady is second to Brady in rushing yards with 1,981 and Brees is second with 1 ,971.
The NFL is a league where it’s difficult to pick apart quarterbacks, because each quarterback is so well-rounded.
This is the reason why many of these elite quarterbacks are still in the game and why it’s a lot harder to judge their performance this year.
For this article, we’ll look at how each quarterback has played this year in terms of the number of touchdown passes and rushing touchdowns, and how they’ve performed against teams that are higher or lower than the rest of the NFL.
What are the top quarterbacks in the history of the game?
Peyton Manning The best QB to ever play in the National Football League has a history of producing elite performances.
Manning led the NFL to a Super Bowl appearance in his second season, and he won it all in 2008.
Manning also has one of football’s most prolific passing seasons, with the Denver Broncos finishing with an astounding 2,931 passing yards and 4,769 rushing yards.
He is a two-time Super Bowl champion with the Broncos and has won a Super Bowler award with the New England Patriots.
Tom Brady Tom Brady is a true legend in the pro football world.
He has won six NFL MVP awards and two Super Bowl MVP awards, and has been named to the All-Decade Team five times.
In 2012, he led the Patriots to their first Super Bowl title and was named to Super Bowl 50 MVP after leading the NFL with 7,735 passing yards (3,890 yards with 20 touchdowns and 13 interceptions).
He also has three Super Bowl rings.
In his fourth season, the New York Jets drafted Brady, who had never thrown a touchdown pass before and was coming off a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee.
He went on to win the Super Bowl with the Patriots and lead the NFL for a record-setting sixth time in his career.
He also won the MVP in 2015, which marked the fourth consecutive year he won the award.
Brady was the MVP twice in his first two seasons, in 2012 and 2013.
He was also named to both the All Football Classic MVPs in 2014 and 2015.
He finished with 2,895 passing yards, which was more than any other quarterback during that time.
Drew Brees Brees is one half of a formidable offense.
He leads the NFL’s most efficient offense with a touchdown per game average of 6.5, and is the only player in league franchise history to average over 300 yards passing per game.
Brees has won four Super Bowls, including Super Bowl XLVII and Super Bowl LI.
He’s also won three NFL MVPs and two NFL Defensive Player of the Year awards.
Russell Wilson Russell Wilson leads the league in passing yards per attempt (6.3) and passer rating with a 97.4 rating.
He led the Seahawks to a 9-2