Top Quarterbacks of 09/10. Now which can lead his team to a Superbowl? Is it one of these men? Or which one most deserves the MVP award? Is it Peyton Manning, who led his Colts to yet another Playoff appearance? Or maybe even Brett Favre, who yet in his older years, led his Vikings to a Playoff appearance? We shall see!
Mr. Peyton Manning knows how to win. Every year he shows new talents and breaks records. Peyton led his Colts to a #1 seed and seeks his 2nd Superbowl ring. Peyton had another great year with over 4,000 yards passing and launching 33 touchdowns (through week 16). Now, can he lead his Indianapolis Colts to there 2nd Superbowl in the last 5 years? We shall see.
Drew and his New Orleans Saints exploded this year with the help of there defense and explosive offense. Drew Brees had one of his finest years with over 4,000 yards and 34 touchdown passes(through week 16). Brees is also trying to lead his Saints to a Superbowl and is certainly a candidate for the MVP award along with Peyton Manning.
With number three on the list, I will have to go with Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers. Aaron, without any question, has had his best season of his short career and has led the Pack to the Playoffs. Rodgers had his best overall season with over 4,000 yards and 29 touchdowns(through week 16). He also had only a surprising 7 interceptions. Rodgers and his Packers will look to go far in the Playoffs and could very well meet there long time former QB Brett Favre and his Minnesota Vikings.
With number 4 on the list I will go with Philip Rivers. Rivers had a great season this year with over 4,000 yards and 27 touchdowns (through week 16). Rivers led his team into the Playoffs with the second seed in the AFC and look to do some serious damage. The San Diego Chargers are one of the hottest teams in football going into the playoffs.
And last, but not least, on the list is Brett Favre. Brett led the Minnesota Vikings into the playoffs after the Vikings had a disappointing close to there 08/09 season. Favre had another great year (of his many) with just below 4,000 yards and 29 touchdowns(through week 16). Favre may revisit his former Packer friends in the playoffs. But this time, he plans to lead the Vikings to the Superbowl.