- NFL analyst Chris Simms is ranking the top quarterbacks in the NFL.
- Simms got absolutely roasted for Josh Allen ahead of Patrick Mahomes.
- Oh, and he also didn’t have Tom Brady OR Aaron Rodgers in his Top 4.
Chris Simms just keeps on burning bridges. The NFL analyst ranked his Top 40 quarterbacks in the NFL, and his rankings are not going over well with the fanbase.
He had Josh Allen as the best in the NFL — which is definitely an argument to be made — followed by Patrick Mahomes, Justin Herbet, and then Joe Burrow.
— Sunday Night Football on NBC (@SNFonNBC) June 15, 2022
There is no secret that Allen, Mahomes, Herbert, and Burrow are among the best signal-callers in the league — and the future of the NFL. However, there are two obvious names missing from this list.
Chris Simms Must Have Forgotten About Tom Brady And Aaron Rodgers
Yes, this is really Simms’ ranking.
If you want to read the entire list, just click here — and brace yourself!
Simms has Brady at No. 8, behind Russell Wilson, Matthew Stafford, and Rodgers. The Green Bay Packers QB drops in at No. 5, and fans weren’t thrilled one bit.
It’s pretty insensitive that this is the way we find out that Aaron Rodgers died. https://t.co/tpOqLjNjzp
— The Packer Ranter (@PackerRanter) June 15, 2022
This is so media.
I don’t see Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers. https://t.co/7RCs8tZk4S
— squidward 5 (@squidward_5) June 15, 2022
is aaron rodgers dead?
— Acuna the Babysitter (@AcunaBabysitter) June 15, 2022
@CSimmsQB was a trash QB and a fool. It’s like listening to Trent Dilfer all over again.
— LWG 😎 (@laga530) June 15, 2022
What has any QB done to be placed ahead of Mahomes at this point? Honestly https://t.co/W8uhZxbhq6
— 🥴 (@sli003) June 15, 2022
There's still time to delete this…. https://t.co/geMHKeKO8m
— Colton Richardson (@ColtonR_15) June 15, 2022
Yeah, Allen is a superstar, Mahomes is terrific, and Burrow and Herbert are the future faces of the NFL.
But, how are Rodgers and Brady not in the top four? Seriously, those are two future Hall of Fame gunslingers and, until they retire, they aren’t slowing down one bit.
Simms might want to consider taking these rankings down, and quickly.