With Speed Bump 30, the 2012 competition has come to an end, and we wrap up with three elite QB options in Drew Brees, Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers. Certainly Brees and Rodgers are at the top of the QB lists. In magazine rankings, Rodgers is ranked #1 in 9 of 10 magazines, while Brees is ranked #2 in 9 of 10 magazines. Peyton Manning is a distant third here (and in magazine rankings he’s actually QB5), although we’re giving Peyton a shot (he certainly has the best set of receivers of these three QBs). With the 30 Speed Bumps, the finally probability of getting all polls correct ends at just over 1 in 19 quadrillion, or precisely 1 in 19,021,014,289,612,800 if you have been randomly guessing – hey, it could happen. We covered 113 players, or about nine-and-a-half rounds of selections. At the high end we covered all 32 NFL teams, with seven Packers and seven Rams as the most from one team. We covered 22 QBs, 39 RBs, 44 WRs and 8 TEs.
Since Drew Brees and Sean Payton came to town together in 2006, the Saints’ passing game has never finished worst than 4th-best in the NFL in passing yards and Brees averages an amazing 4,796 passing yards and 35 passing TDs per season over the last seven seasons.
Peyton Manning is a distant third in this set but has he ever had a better receiving crew than he does in 2013 with Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker and Wes Welker? One year after neck surgery and having to sit out a season, Manning went to Denver and threw for the 2nd-most passing yards (4,659) and 2nd-most passing TDs of his career (37).
You know you are good when 41 TDs is a bit of a letdown (39 passing / 2 rushing) but Aaron Rodgers had 48 TDs the year prior in 2011 (45 passing / 3 rushing). In five seasons as the starting QB for the Packers, Rodgers averages 4,266 pasisng yards, 34 passing TDs, with 279 rushing yards and 4 rushing TDs per season.
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