Without citing QB wins, stats, or leadership, Jonathan Kinsley explains why Sam Bradford's quality of play has made him the MVP frontrunner so far in 2016.
Russell Wilson's numbers might not show it, but through the first 4 games of the season he is an MVP candidate.
Carson Palmer is coming off an MVP caliber season, but find out why he was great for a long time and why he's underappreciated as a whole.
The Oakland Raiders finally have a quarterback they can put faith into in Fresno State's own Derek Carr. The Raiders are a team on the rise, widely considered a lock to make the playoffs in 2016 because of their highly regarded offensive talent. The offensive line is one of the best units in the league, but … Continue reading Analyzing the Improvements Made By Derek Carr
2015 was not a year to remember for Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. In 2014, Luck came off a career year with high accolades for his development in his first three years of professional football, throwing for 4,761 yards, 40 TD, 16 INT, and helping lead the Colts to their first AFC title appearance since 2009. As usual, … Continue reading Andrew Luck Is A Great Quarterback, And 2015 Did Not Change That
Andy Dalton is entering his 5th season in the NFL, all with the Cincinnati Bengals. He's contributed to their consecutive playoff appearance streak in each of his first 4 seasons, and (more or less), their first round exits. It's no secret that Dalton is a roller coaster QB. He has his ups, downs, and a … Continue reading Andy Dalton’s Roller Coaster Career Against AFC North Teams
Carson Palmer has not been this relevant in a long time. Usually when anyone talks about the 35-year old QB, they refer to his early days in Cincinnati when he was a top QB (primarily 2005, where he led the season in TD passes and had an MVP caliber year). Since the 2005 playoff game … Continue reading Carson Palmer Is The Arizona Cardinals’ Most Valuable Player Heading Into 2015
Click here for Part 2, just in case you have a short attention span and clicked this link when you got to the bottom of Part 1. Click here for Part 1. Philip Rivers (San Diego Chargers) During the first half of the 2014 season, Philip Rivers was the MVP frontrunner. His level of play … Continue reading 2015 Brick Wall Blitz Quarterback Power Rankings (Part 3/3)
It’s that time of the year where training camp is near, and as a result, NFL media is eager to give their annual rankings of the 32 starting field generals going into the new season. However, many of these just boil down to “Brady can do no wrong!”, “Derek Carr IS the Raiders’ franchise QB!” … Continue reading 2015 Brick Wall Blitz Quarterback Power Rankings (Pt. 1/3)
Twitter seems to have a lot of quarterback debates these days. So to add to the fun, I decided to type up this article in the wee hours of the morning (after celebrating in downtown Cleveland after the Cavs made it back to the NBA Finals). No franchise wants to deal with the “make it … Continue reading Quarterbacks Entering “Make Or Break” Seasons In 2015