In the second of a two-part series (the other in which Derek Brody ranks his top ten quarterbacks), Eli Nachmany compiles a countdown of his top NFL signal-callers starting with number ten.
10. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
I’m starting off my top ten with a quarterback that many would rank higher.
Matt Ryan’s a good quarterback but he hasn’t yet won a playoff game, despite having fantastic weapons on a stacked Atlanta Falcons team. He puts up good numbers and wins regular season games, but he doesn’t have the ‘it’ factor that I once thought he had.
In the first of a two-part series (the other in which Eli Nachmany ranks his top ten quarterbacks), Derek Brody compiles a countdown of his top NFL signal-callers starting with number ten.
10. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys
Tony Romo is one of the most enigmatic and frustrating quarterbacks in the NFL, showing flashes of excellence in the regular season, but never seeing the same success in the postseason.
The question remains: Can you win a Super Bowl with Tony Romo? The answer is a resounding yes, as Romo has shown over the past five years that he is supremely talented. Surrounded by the right pieces, he has the ability to lead a team to the promised land with his superior pocket presence and downfield accuracy.