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I have been tearing it up on Decathlon. The 1500 Meter is exhausting!
We don’t “break it down” on our show when it comes to sports because God knows there are enough armchair quarterbacks doing that already. But this subject deserves some attention. When it comes to drafting a Super Bowl quarterback, what conferences make the most sense?
Super Bowl QBs since 2000:
Aaron Rodgers – Cal – Round 1, Pick 24
Ben Roethlisberger – Miami Of Ohio – Round 1, Pick 11
Drew Brees – Purdue – Round 2, Pick 32
Peyton Manning – Tennessee – Round 1, Pick 1
Kurt Warner – Northern Iowa – Undrafted
Eli Manning – Ole Miss – Round 1, Pick 1
Tom Brady – Michigan – Round 6, Pick 199 overall
Rex Grossman – Florida – Round 1, Pick 22
Matt Hasselbeck – Boston College – Round 6, Pick 184 overall
Donovan McNabb – Syracuse – Round 1, Pick 2
Jake Delhomme – Louisana-Lafayette – Undrafted
Rich Gannon – Delaware – Round 4, Pick 98 overall
Brad Johnson – Florida State – Round 9, Pick 227 overall
Trent Dilfer – Fresno State – Round 1, Pick 6
Kerry Collins – Penn State – Round 1, Pick 5
Steve McNair – Alcorn State – Round 1, Pick 3
The clear-cut conference winners since the the turn of the century are the Big 10 and SEC. Both have had 3 QBs represent their conference in the Super Bowl, with 2 wins and 1 loss each. The Big East has had 2 QBs in the Super Bowl, both losers. The other QBs are from a variety of other conferences including the ACC and the WAC. But the big question looms: Where are the Big 12 quarterbacks? Are they not tough enough? Is the spread offense that harmful for prospective NFL-ers? The answer probably lies somewhere between Josh Heupel and Sam Bradford.
Even more interesting is the overwhelmingly obvious need to draft a quarterback in the first round. Tom Brady is the exception.
Although the Chiefs inspired victory over the Packers did him no favors, Jared’s Jets did not fail him as he makes a last ditch effort to claim 2nd place. However, that may be the only race we have left as Brad continues to roll to the title and the Bat has all but locked up last place. Somewhere Mr. Westmar is practicing his victory speech in front of a mirror.
Here are this week’s standings:
Brad – 33
J-Rod – 26
My Buddy – 26
Matt – 18
Batman – 18
Brad – 371
Matt – 333
J-Rod – 324
My Buddy – 307
Batman – 278
Jared and I like to freak each other out with disturbing videos.
Warning: This one (from Jared) is pretty explicit.
My response is below. Not explicit, but possibly more disturbing. Unfortunately, embedding is not allowed for this one so you’ll have to click on the link.