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Is this year's quarterback class the best ever? Alex Marvez and Peter Schrager debate.
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Every lap until -- pairings and I'm doing by foxsports.com. About writers Alex Smart as and Peter Schrager. It's important that they brought you back at Gillette fusion pro glide for incredible comfort even -- against the grain. And a -- Robert Griffin the third and Russell Wilson isn't -- at three different rookie quarterbacks can be on their way to the playoffs this season. Adamantly you know a lot of good recchi QB classes is the best one we've ever seen he your -- Well the obvious answer here is probably a look at 83 cuts and other hall of famers look at 2004 with Eli Manning. And Ben Roethlisberger but I'm going with the 2012 rookie class a quarterback. Because of the depth how deep this class if you have five rookie quarterbacks have already started every game for their team. Together as a -- the last three weeks those five quarterbacks are twelve and three. Three of them. Got lucky got Wilson and probably Robert Griffin the third if they keep on winning are going to be playing in the playoffs. And it's not just those five you include obviously we didn't and -- -- You -- falls yet Kirk cousins who looks good. My little he had that look good yet about who goes over and got to him. Brock ops loud back up a -- Peyton Manning in Denver he is fit for success if they deep quarterback class it might be their best rookie class of all time. Joseph and Peter look I can't go ahead and knock the 2012 quarterback class RG three. Andrew Luck Russell Wilson these guys have been amazing and playing well beyond their years we know what I'm curious about. At war where will they be in the future. How good are these guys gonna become. That's why I'm going with the quarterback class of 1983 as the best there ever was and may be the best there ever will be. You've got three members draft class in the hall of fame in John Elway. Jim Kelly and Dan Marino. A champagne Tony -- didn't pop a lot of portfolio -- in New England. But he did lead the Patriots to a -- -- 1985. Slots up for that Ken O'Brien was a solid starter in the NFL for almost a decade. Hey look these young -- may end up being great but for this debate I'm going old school. Are right I think those inside that's an in depth this that they presented by the Gillette fusion pro life. For incredible comfort even saving against the grain outsmart that and Peter Schrager on gently Arrington the next time.