Brady and Manning (who else?) lead the playoff passers
Who are the best playoff QBs not named Brady or Manning? Scouts Inc. ranks the postseason passers.
Updated: January 2, 2008, 12:03 PM ETBy Scouts Inc.
It should come as no surprise that the names Brady and Manning are atop the Scouts Inc. rankings of 2007 playoff quarterbacks. Read on to see who falls in behind them. Tom Brady has had a season that might never be duplicated. Brady has been virtually unstoppable in a passing game that features four- and five-wide receiver sets, empty backfield sets, shotgun formations and the most innovative play calling of any team in the NFL. He leads the league in touchdowns and completion percentage and his quarterback rating is off the charts. He has the best deep ball in the league, he reads his progressions superbly and he is Peyton Manning-like in his decision-making.
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Updated Playoff Rankings
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Initial Playoff Rankings
Before the playoffs started, here's how Scouts Inc. ranked the field by position.