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You hear the debates all the time as to who the best quarterback in the NFL is right now, whether a quarterback is "elite" or not, and why a quarterback can or can't be considered a "franchise" signal caller. New York Giants' Eli Manning was one of the most polarizing candidates for the debate going into last season. Last season, after Manning won his second Super Bowl and silenced the majority of his critics, the debate has shifted towards guys like Tony Romo and Matt Ryan. Today at Giants 101, we rank the twelve best quarterbacks in the world going into the 2012 NFL season. Factors considered include (but are not limited to): accomplishments in the league, pure passing ability – accuracy, arm strength, pocket presence, performances in big games and clutch circumstances, the player's value to their team, as well as the direction their career seems to be moving in going forward.  NOTE: Peyton Manning will NOT be included in this list because it is...
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