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Bradshaw's List of Best QBs Under 30 Has No Room for Jay Cutler


Terry Bradshaw takes a pass on Jay Cutler for his top-10 QBs under 30.

Terry Bradshaw made a list of his top 10 NFL quarterbacks that are under the age of 30. Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler didn't make the cut. Here's the list:

  1. Philip Rivers
  2. Ben Roethlisberger
  3. Aaron Rodgers
  4. Matt Ryan
  5. Sam Bradford
  6. Joe Flacco
  7. Mark Sanchez
  8. Josh Freeman
  9. Eli Manning
  10. Matt Schaub
We all know that these lists are fluid and can change by the week. And if you were to poll the NFL's GMs and ask them to make a list of which QBs under 30 they would draft, the list would look much different than this, and Cutler would be on almost all of them. In his video explaining the list, Bradshaw begs to differ on that point.

"Folks, let's just pretend that there is a new team coming into the NFL, and they're told that they can pick from any of the top 10 quarterbacks under 30 years of age. Who would they pick, based on a lot of things -- here is the list."

Call me a homer, but all things being equal I'd rather have Cutler than a lot of these guys. Rivers and Rodgers are locks, then maybe I would take Ryan, Manning and possibly Schaub over Cutler. But that's it.

Plenty of GMs would omit Roethlisberger from their lists. I'm totally not sold on Sanchez. Bradford & Freeman have a lot of skill, but haven't proven themselves like Cutler yet.

So what say you? Does Cutler make the cut on your top-10 list of NFL QBs under 30?



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Mike N said:

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He also did not have room for Kyle Orton who lead the NFL in passing yardage when the list was created. It would have been more aptly called the 10 quarterbacks that Bradshaw likes. If you take out Eli Manning and big Ben, none of the QB's have won a Superbowl.

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