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NFL Quarterback Rankings: Week 9

Hey, at least he's better than Brooks Bollinger. Or is he?

Now that you’re with me on Brad Johnson -- you are with me, right? – would you rather see Brooks Bollinger try to guide the Cowboys to a win, or at least a touchdown, Sunday in New York while trying to climb out of my rankings’ cellar?

Me too.

But, sorry ESPN, it ain’t gonna happen. Weird story I thought. It’s basically breaking news saying the Cowboys are sticking with Johnson as the starter, but they’ve at least considered playing Bollinger. Um, I’d be pissed as a Cowboys’ fan if they don’t consider lineup changes every friggin’ week. Right?

On his weekly radio show on The Ticket this morning owner Jerry Jones reiterated that Johnson and his backpedaling, off-balance floaters would get the call Sunday. Oh joy.

While you ponder the impending carnage, jump and take a gander at 31 other quarterbacks you might rather want to see against the Giants instead. I dunno, Brad Johnson vs. new starters Seneca Wallace (Seattle) and Shaun Hill (San Francisco)?

You decide.

1. Drew Brees – Saints

2. Philip Rivers – Chargers

3. Kurt Warner – Cardinals

4. Jason Campbell – Redskins

5. Brett Favre – Jets

6. Eli Manning – Giants

7. Ben Roethlisberger – Steelers

8. Kerry Collins – Titans

9. Donovan McNabb -- Eagles

10. Jay Cutler -- Broncos

11. Aaron Rodgers -- Packers

12. Jake Delhomme – Panthers

13. Trent Edwards – Bills

14. Kyle Orton – Bears

15. Peyton Manning – Colts

16. Marc Bulger – Rams

17. Ronnie Brown – Dolphins

18. Matt Schaub – Texans

19. Derek Anderson – Browns

20. Matt Ryan – Falcons

21. David Garrard – Jaguars

22. Gus Frerotte -- Vikings

23. Matt Cassel – Patriots

24. Joe Flacco – Ravens

25. Carson Palmer – Bengals

26. Dan Orlovsky – Lions

27. Seneca Wallace -- Seahawks

28. Shaun Hill -- 49ers

29. JaMarcus Russell – Raiders

30. Tyler Thigpen – Chiefs

31. Jeff Garcia – Buccaneers

32. Brad Johnson – Cowboys -- Richie Whitt

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