Well, the final phase of voting for our rankings of starting QBs has occurred and it was...anti-climatic. I expected there to be a real tight race between Rodgers and Brady for the #1 spot, but it turned out to be a runaway. Tom Brady commannded 2,148 first place votes, or 65.5% of all votes cast. In fact, the QBs in second, third, and fifth all commanded more than 50% of that position's voting. The only player not to accumulate more than 50% of the votes at any one position was Matt Ryan. Here were the final vote counts.
|Rank||Quarterback||5th Place Votes||4th Place Votes||3rd Place Votes||2nd Place Votes||1st Place Votes|
|Rank||Quarterback||Original Voting Position|
And as always, here are all the previous voting results.
Also, I am pleased to announce that the next rankings we undertake on r/nfl will be ranking the league's Wide Recievers individually, which won with 33.1% of the 2,300 votes cast. Look for that poll to come out later this week.
Submitted July 12, 2017 at 08:40AM by d1dOnly
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