Who Will Be the NFL's Best QB When the Last Game's Been Played?

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Who Will Be the NFL's Best QB When the Last Game's Been Played?
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Brady has not been at his best in the early part of the season.

The race to be the best quarterback in 2012 isn't as wide open as you may think. 

Realistically, only Tom Brady, Eli Manning, Matt Ryan, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Peyton Manning and Robert Griffin III have a chance to call themselves the best by season's end. 

Cam Newton, Matthew Stafford and Michael Vick have played their way out of the conversation, but Drew Brees is hanging tough despite his team's struggles.

The seven quarterbacks up for consideration are being judged based on their team's projected record and playoff performance at the end of the year coupled with the player's performance and impact to his team.

Let's take a look at these quarterbacks and which one will call himself the best at the end of the year.

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