Wolf's Salary Series: Which Quarterbacks Were Worth Their Pay in 2009?

Daniel WolfSenior Writer IMay 11, 2010

Wolf's Salary Series: Which Quarterbacks Were Worth Their Pay in 2009?

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Arizona Cardinals - Kurt Warner

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Atlanta Falcons - Matt Ryan

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Baltimore Ravens - Joe Flacco

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Buffalo Bills - Ryan Fitzpatrick

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Carolina Panthers - Jake Delhomme

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Chicago Bears - Jay Cutler

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Cincinnati Bengals - Carson Palmer

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Cleveland Browns - Brady Quinn

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Dallas Cowboys - Tony Romo

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Denver Broncos - Kyle Orton

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Detroit Lions - Matthew Stafford

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Green Bay Packers - Aaron Rodgers

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Houston Texans - Matt Schaub

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Indianapolis Colts - Peyton Manning

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Jacksonville Jaguars - David Garrard

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Kansas City Chiefs - Matt Cassel

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Miami Dolphins - Chad Henne

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Minnesota Vikings - Brett Favre

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New England Patriots - Tom Brady

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New Orleans Saints - Drew Brees

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New York Giants - Eli Manning

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New York Jets - Mark Sanchez

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Oakland Raiders - JaMarcus Russell

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Philadelphia Eagles - Donovan McNabb

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Pittsburgh Steelers - Ben Roethlisberger

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San Diego Chargers - Philip Rivers

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San Francisco 49ers - Alex Smith

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Seattle Seahawks - Matt Hasselbeck

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St. Louis Rams - Marc Bulger

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Josh Freeman

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Tennessee Titans - Vince Young

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Washington Redskins - Jason Campbell

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Accumulative Averages

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Top Three Overpaid Quarterbacks in 2009

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Top Three Underpaid Quarterbacks in 2009

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Top Three Quarterbacks Who Were Worth Every Penny in 2009

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