Found January 19, 2013 on NESN.com:
The results are in the AFC East and we expect a close race for the best quarterback in division history. For the Patriots, Tom Brady came in first with 94 percent of the votes. Drew Bledsoe and Steve Grogan tied for second with two percent. Jim Kelly won in a landslide for the Bills, finishing with 76 percent of the vote. In a shocker, Doug Flutie finished second with 13 percent over Jack Kemp and Joe Ferguson. Joe Namath finished first for the Jets with 82 percent of the vote. Chad Pennington received nine percent of the vote to finish second. The Dolphins had the closest race of the AFC East. Dan Marino won with 60 percent of the vote, but Bob Griese was close behind with 38 percent. Jay Fiedler and David Woodley finished with just 16 votes combined, each taking one percent. So the race is on between Brady, Kelly, Namath and Marino — four of the most iconic quarterbacks in football history. So who is the best? We had experts from the Jets and Dolphins chime in to make a case for N...
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