Found January 19, 2012 on
We’ve reached the AFC and NFC Championship round, which leaves four starting quarterbacks left playing. Each guy is distinctly different, and each guy has a plethora of YouTube Tribute Videos.
So today my friends, we are going to be picking one of the many Tribute videos (preferably the most recent) for each quarterback and voting on whose is the best. For those of you in disbelief; yes, Joe Flacco and Alex Smith have tribute videos.
Feel free to vote in the comments section. Hit the jump and enjoy…
Eli Manning – New York Giants
Can someone give me a hand in trying to figure out why this song is applicable here? What a song choice! Rather fitting you put an awkward song with Eli Manning if you ask me.
Tom Brady – New England Patriots
This video is nice and fresh on the YouTube scene. Now this is more applicable, because New England Patriots fans think Brady is God – most of their lives don’t have a purpose without Tom Brady leading the Patriots. He really is their shining light.
BEST OF MAXIM
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco brushed aside criticism from teammate Ed Reed, calling it no big deal.
Reed, a perennial Pro Bowl safety and former NFL Defensive Player of the Year, caused a stir during a radio interview Monday when he was Flacco was "kind of rattled" during Baltimore's 20-13 victory over the Houston Texans in Sunday's AFC divisional playoff...
After missing a day with a stomach illness, Giants quarterback Eli Manning returned to practice Thursday.
Reed had criticized Flacco earlier in the week; the two pretended to argue for the media ThursdayWith the media assembled -- their cameras rolling and notepads being scribbled upon -- beside the primary entrance inside the Ravens’ indoor practice facility, quarterback Joe Flacco and Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed walked out together for the start of Thursday afternoon’s practice.
JONATHAN DANIEL/GETTY IMAGESEli Manning is conquering hero as he trots off field at Lambeau.By Mike Lupica - NY Dailynews 1/18/12
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco on Wednesday responded to teammate Ed Reed's comments that he was "rattled" in last Sunday's playoff game and "just didn't look like he had a hold on the offense," saying "it's not that big of a deal."
If the Giants had given into the Chargers demands back in 2004, Eli Manning still would be their quarterback and not only would Osi Umenyiora would have been sent to San Diego but Chris Snee would have been somebody else’s second round pick and Thanksgiving wouldn’t have been so much fun around his father-in-law Tom Coughlin’s house.
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick surely will have what transpired January 10, 2010 on their minds when they welcome the Ravens to town for the AFC Championship game. From the onset, Gillette Stadium’s eerily silent crowd could only watch with their collective mouths open.
A week removed from Wes Welker’s knee blowout in the final regular season game in Houston, with questions abound...