Like the BCS, style points count. So do geeky, black-and-white stats such as touchdowns and quarterback rating. Wins and losses? Definitely. Leadership? Uh-huh.
When it comes to my weekly NFL Quarterback Rankings - if I had one of those little encircled R's to signify a trademarked idea, it'd go here - the criteria is everything, nothing and all that's in between.
Past performance and future potential is considered, but mostly - like college football's weekly Top 25 - it's an attempt to identify the quarterbacks you'd most like to have starting for your team in this game, this week, right now. Injuries, obviously, significantly plummet value. A clever new TV ad might bump a player a notch.
Todd Collins Jason Campbell, Redskins (-7).
31. Marc Bulger, Rams (-).
30. Josh Johnson, Buccaneers (-1).
29. Derek Anderson, Browns (-1).
Kerry Collins Vince Young, Titans (-5).
Matthew Stafford Daunte Culpepper, Lions (-1).
26. JaMarcus Russell, Raiders (+6).
25. Mark Sanchez, Jets (-6).
24. Jake Delhomme, Panthers (-).
23. Trent Edwards, Bills (+7).
22. Chad Henne, Dolphins (-).
21. Matt Cassel, Chiefs (+6).
20. Shaun Hill, 49ers (-).
19. Matt Hasselbeck, Seahawks (-1).
18. David Garrard, Jaguars (+3).
17. Matt Schaub, Texans (-).
16. Donovan McNabb, Eagles (-6).
15. Jay Cutler, Bears (-).
14. Joe Flacco, Ravens (+2).
13. Carson Palmer, Bengals (-1).
12. Tony Romo, Cowboys (+2).
11. Matt Ryan, Falcons (-2).
10. Kurt Warner, Cardinals (+1).
9. Kyle Orton, Broncos (+4).
8. Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers (-).
7. Aaron Rodgers, Packers (-).
6. Eli Manning, Giants (-3).
5. Brett Favre, Vikings (+1).
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4. Phillip Rivers, Chargers (-).
3. Tom Brady, Patriots (+2).
2. Drew Brees, Saints (-).
1. Peyton Manning, Colts (-).