Saints blew a few games this season but it would be interesting to compare the Saints rushing yards against the catching. But with Brees you would be foolish to have too much of a running game, he has been so consistent for so long. Replace Prescott with Brees from your list and I think you have the four best QBs in the game and there are a few others on weaker teams that are also good but these ones are the elite. Prescott will only get better. I will be interested to see what McVay can do with Goff as it was said he did great things with Cousins. It's too early to call Goff a bust in a team like the Rams even though Prescott, Lynch and Wentz adapted quicker in better teams of course.Alpe d'Huez said:How valuable is a quarterback? Consider this, if you look at TQR ratings that ESPN puts together, and the traditional passer rating for that matter, you find the list looks like this.
1. Matt Ryan
2. Tom Brady
3. Dak Prescott
4. Aaron Rodgers
Roethlesberger and Smith are 10th and 11th.
The only other QB on the NFL stats, depending on how you crunch them, that is in this elite, is Drew Brees, who throws for an insane amount of yards on a team with no defense. Brees will end up on the HOF, and no one questions if he were on a better team, he'd still likely be in the playoffs as well.