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    Most overrated Player in the NFL?

    I'm just going with Peyton Manning for his lack of ability to be able to do anything in the playoff and win the big one. Don't get me wrong, he's a great QB, at least through the regular season, but when it counts, you can't count on him.

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    Michael Vick.

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    Got to be Michael Vick. Way to much hype.

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    I agree Michael Vick here to.

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    Vick is probably on top of that list right now, but his hype is slowly declining. Not many other names come to mind.

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    Michael Vick. He's one of the best athletes in the NFL but he doesn't produce the numbers a capable starting QB should. Plus he's injury prone. Matt Schaub displayed how the Falcons offense can flow in a game in mid 2005.

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    Ben Rothelsberger

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    I've gotta go with Vick also.

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    Its a tough decision. I gotta go with either Michael Vick or Brett Favre. Vick I dont think will ever live up to his hype. 5 Years ago, I woulda never said Favre. But as of late, hes not someone Id want on my team. Hes mr interception.

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    Man, there are a lot. Kerry Collins was pretty horrible despite having stud receivers to throw to. Daunte Culpepper proved that he isn't a good QB without a stud receiver. I don't think that Mike Williams will ever be anything special. Tatum Bell is decent, but he wasn't worth the tremendous hype he got at the beginning of the season. Kyle Orton is an absolutely horrible QB who stepped into the perfect situation this year.

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