32-21 20-11 10-1 20. Mike Glennon: Chicago Bears Mike Glennon's contract in Chicago has been persecuted by the NFL community, largely because he hasn't started a game in 3 years. It's made even more confusing with the Bears trading up to draft Mitch Trubisky from North Carolina. While Glennon isn't the most attractive name, his … Continue reading 2017 Starting Quarterback Power Rankings (20-11)
Part 2 of the 2016-17 Deep Ball Project.
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 first of the new Crunchtime Matchups columns, where I look at critical playoff deciding matchups from the month of December.
The current MVP debate is centered around either Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers. More candidates have been listed, but for the most part, people believe these 2 to be at the top. In my mind, one candidate is the clear front-runner. Carson Palmer. This may seem like a shock to some, as Brady and Rodgers … Continue reading Carson Palmer Has Broken Out As The Current 2015 MVP Frontrunner
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
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