Wednesday, July 12, 2017

r/NFL Ranks Starting QBs - Final Results


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
5 Ben Roethlisberger 2,016 925 218 57 61
4 Matt Ryan 910 1,564 570 159 74
3 Drew Brees 161 639 1,980 420 77
2 Aaron Rodgers 91 95 387 1,787 917
1 Tom Brady 99 54 122 854 2,148
Rank Quarterback Original Voting Position
1 Tom Brady 2
2 Aaron Rodgers 1
3 Drew Brees 3
4 Matt Ryan 4
5 Ben Roethlisberger 5
6 Russell Wilson 6
7 Andrew Luck 7
8 Matthew Stafford 9
9 Philip Rivers 11
10 Derek Carr 8
11 Cam Newton 10
12 Kirk Cousins 15
13 Marcus Mariota 13
14 Jameis Winston 12
15 Eli Manning 14
16 Andy Dalton 18
17 Dak Prescott 16
18 Joe Flacco 17
19 Alex Smith 20
20 Carson Palmer 19
21 Ryan Tannehill 23
22 Sam Bradford 22
23 Carson Wentz 21
24 Tyrod Taylor 24
25 Blake Bortles 25
26 Trevor Siemian 26
27 Cody Kessler 29
28 Mike Glennon 28
29 Jared Goff 27
30 Brian Hoyer 30
31 Josh McCown 32
32 Tom Savage 31

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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