Big Lead Sports Bar

10/20/2009

WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?

You know, delivering the same message for the 1,500th time starts to get old. So I've tried to cut back on the Roethlisberger propaganda. But when you see things like this, I think by law I must point them out. And in case you think this is dated, it's not. It's from ESPN.com. Today.

Thanks to Mike V. for the heads up and screen shot

UPDATE:

ESPN has changed the poll to "Which Unbeaten QB is the best in the NFL". We can all calm down. Not a good week on the web for errors, though. First Pirate playoff ticket offers, and now this.

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13 comments:

Thejim said...

If he was half as overrated as people claim he is, he'd be on that list.

Also, Kyle Orton? WTF?

Andrew said...

Although I certainly agree that the poll is a sham, not surprised that Ben is left off. What IS a stunner is that Brady is left off too.

Papa Eo said...

Orton. The answer is obviously Kyle Orton. Although I'm surprised Joey Harrington and Tim Couch were left off along with Brady.

Jeff said...

Orton couldn't carry Ben's jock.

Broke But Still Drinking said...

The best what? If you're talking about drinking then I'd have to give it to Orton. I've seen great pics of him floating around the net to support his case.

Reed would win hands down if we're talking best drinking kicker.

Ryan said...

It's now been updated to "Which undefeated Quarterback", with Eli being removed.

Corey said...

eli isn't on the list if you follow the link now?

Brian said...

Yeah I think it's pretty obvious they didn't mean for it to truly be the best in the NFL... Brady wasn't on the list either.

Corey said...

Don, i hope you don't leave us hanging with the answer....

Michael said...

This is supposed to be best unbeaten QB. They eff'd up.

ladi_izz said...

These choices are from Trent Dilfer's list on Sports Center this morning. TRENT. DILFER. 'Nuff said.

Dallas Mike said...

Before you fly off the handle Mondesi, the list appears to indicate the top quarterbacks by winning percentage in 2009. Last I checked Ben and Brady have 2 losses in 2009. It is only a poll, created to elicit a response and obviously they have done their job if people are ranting about it. I cannot understand why Steeler fans take media opinions personally. Who cares what some talking head thinks? At the end of the day, the season will play itself out over 16 games while fans have silly arguments over power rankings and MVP candidates each week.

Papa Eo said...

Janikowski might give Reed a run for his money as far as drinking kickers go...