Why do people always feel the need to figure out who is better: Tom Brady or Peyton Manning?
Does it really matter who was better over the last decade or, is it more important to determine which quarterback will have a better season in 2010-11?
The last time I checked, Sports Illustrated was not running promotions for a quarterback being named "The Quarterback of the Decade."
SI makes those collectible footballs, commemorative DVDs, and whatever else they throw in the bag when quarterbacks win Super Bowls.
So be my guest and bang your head over that debate, because there is no end in sight and there is no reward for victory.
But whoever emerges with the top spot in this countdown will more than likely hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy. So I ask: Who will be the 10 best quarterbacks at the end of the 2010-11 season?
Players such as Kevin Kolb and Alex Smith are clearly not worthy of being considered a Top 10 quarterback. But at the end of the season will they be considered among the league’s elite?
And what about a guy like Ben Roethlisberger.
Surely you can't put him in the top 10 now. But when his suspension is over and he returns to the field to play at least 10 games, will he be considered one of the best?
And please don't mention Super Bowls in this argument (I'm looking at you Eli Manning supporters). This is all about who is going to be the best in 2010-11.
And just because a guy is not on the list does not mean I hate him or that I don't see him because he plays on the West Coast (my attention is now on you Philip Rivers fans).
Let the debate begin.