Ranking the Quarterbacks of The NFC East
4) Robert Griffin III
Fans who’ve bought Washington Redskins tickets in recent years can be excused for feeling whiplash. RG3 was supposed to be the franchise savior, but a slate of injuries has had them watching Kirk Cousins or Colt McCoy under center instead. Still, when Griffin is healthy, he has the potential to be one of the coolest QBs to watch.
3) Nick Foles
Coming virtually out-of-nowhere, former Arizona quarterback Nick Foles supercharged Philadelphia Eagles ticket buyers last season, posting a TD-to-interception ratio of 27 to 2. A recent injury has sidelined Foles in favor of Mark Sanchez, but expect Foles to retake the reins of Chip Kelly’s high-octane offense once he’s healed.
2) Tony Romo
Tony Romo is probably the most divisive or polarizing QB. Even his hometown Dallas Cowboy ticket buyers are split 50/50 when it comes to a verdict. He has all the tools in talent in the world, but a host of regular season and postseason flubs harm his legacy. And that’s a shame, because he’s really a great player to watch and root for.
1) Eli Manning
Tony Romo is the more talented and probably more polished quarterback of the NFC East, but anybody whose bought New York Giants tickets knows Eli Manning should hold the top spot thanks to his two Super Bowl titles. Inconsistency and turnovers plague him occasionally during the regular season, but he’ll always have those nights in Glendale and Indianapolis on his career resume.