NFL Quarterback Rankings: Week 16

Tony Romo, all is forgiven.

At least for a week.

After one of the most Gawd-awful performances of his career - or, let's face it, any career - in Pittsburgh, the Cowboys' quarterback went out Sunday night and padded his legacy with a game straight from Hollywood.

Aching back and nagging teammates be damned, Romo willed Dallas to a crucial victory over the Giants by throwing two touchdowns, committing zero turnovers and withstanding four brutal sacks.

Two more games like that and he just might finish in the Top 5 after all. Another Steelers' stinker, however, and not only will he fall into double digits, but his team will miss the playoffs.

Pressure? What pressure?

32. Dan Orlovsky - Lions

31. Ken Dorsey - Browns

30. JaMarcus Russell - Raiders

29. Seneca Wallace - Seahawks

28. Marc Bulger - Rams

27. Ryan Fitzpatrick -  Bengals

26. Tyler Thigpen - Chiefs

25. J.P. Losman - Bills

24. David Garrard - Jaguars

23. Shaun Hill - 49ers

22. Tarvaris Jackson - Vikings

21. Jason Campbell - Redskins

20. Kyle Orton - Bears

19. Aaron Rodgers - Packers

18. Joe Flacco - Ravens

17. Matt Cassel - Patriots

16. Kerry Collins - Titans

15. Matt Schaub - Texans

14. Jeff Garcia - Buccaneers

13. Jay Cutler - Broncos

12. Donovan McNabb - Eagles

11. Chad Pennington - Dolphins

10. Jake Delhomme - Panthers

9. Eli Manning - Giants

8. Matt Ryan - Falcons

7. Brett Favre - Jets

6. Kurt Warner - Cardinals

5. Tony Romo - Cowboys

4. Ben Roethlisberger - Steelers

3. Drew Brees - Saints

2. Peyton Manning - Colts

1. Philip Rivers - Chargers - Richie Whitt

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