Philip Rivers, Tom Brady, Michael Vick: The Ultimate NFL Quarterbacks of 2010

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Philip Rivers, Tom Brady, Michael Vick: The Ultimate NFL Quarterbacks of 2010
The Triumvirate of offensive leadership

The National Football League is unique. The intensity of each play, the technical intricacy and the complex rules make for a sport unlike any other on Earth. The game of American Football also created the ultimate leadership role in all of sports: the quarterback. There is no other position in all of sports history with the type of pressure and responsibility the NFL quarterback has placed on his shoulders.

They are modern-day gladiators, courageously leading teams representing entire cities and states. The way the NFL offensive dynamic runs is simple: Quarterbacks are field generals, and coaches are governmental. The brass may order a specific strategy, but the general must carry out the order and shoulder the weight of the call. This is the burden of the NFL Quarterback.

There is no sports duty like the NFL quarterback on Earth, and this must be celebrated. The 2010- 2011 regular season may be over, but I have something for all my fellow NFL addicts: a power ranking of the most brilliant and dominant Offensive Commanders from this past year. Let's commence!

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