NFL Quarterback Rankings: Week 6

This week's Top 5 clash: Romo v. Warner.

Two observations from last weekend: Neither Sage Rosenfelds, nor Drew Brees, will ever climb to No. 1 in these rankings.

Rosenfelds, because he’s skittish enough to produce three turnovers on his team’s final 10 snaps in a gut-wrenching, come-from-ahead loss to the Colts. And Brees, because before last night’s loss to the Vikings he was in the Saints’ team huddle screaming and grunting and barking and acting all Ray Lewis.

Quarterbacks – at least in my rankings book – should be calm, cool, even understated. Heavy on the efficiency, light on the emotion. Right, Eli?

Keep your team undefeated. Absorb the loss of your leading receiver by turning guys named Domenik Hixon and Sinorice Moss into stars. And do it all while still living in big bro's shadow.

Nice.

Jump for the complete list that I’m sure will make your Tuesday:

1. Eli Manning – Giants

2. Brett Favre – Jets

3. Tony Romo – Cowboys

4. Jay Cutler – Broncos

5. Kurt Warner – Cardinals

6. Ben Roethlisberger – Steelers

7. Jason Campbell – Redskins

8. Peyton Manning – Colts

9. Philip Rivers -- Chargers

10. Drew Brees – Saints

11. Jake Delhomme – Panthers

12. Donovan McNabb -- Eagles

13. Aaron Rodgers – Packers

14. Kyle Orton – Bears

15. Kerry Collins – Titans

16. Ronnie Brown – Dolphins

17. Jeff Garcia – Buccaneers

18. JT O’Sullivan – 49ers

19. Matt Cassel – Patriots

20. Matt Ryan – Falcons

21. Gus Frerotte -- Vikings

22. David Garrard – Jaguars

23. Matt Hasselbeck – Seahawks

24. JaMarcus Russell – Raiders

25. Carson Palmer – Bengals

26. Derek Anderson – Browns

27. Matt Schaub – Texans

28. J.P. Losman – Bills

29. Jon Kitna – Lions

30. Marc Bulger – Rams

31. Damon Huard – Chiefs

32. Joe Flacco – Ravens -- Richie Whitt


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