Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey snubs Tom Brady from his top-4 toughest NFL QBs, ranking Patrick Mahomes as number one

Throughout his career, Marlon Humphrey has cemented his name as one of the NFL’s most dynamic playmakers who possesses the caliber to change the projection of a match in the blink of an eye. Since his starting in the NFL in 2017, the three-time Pro Bowler has garnered many accolades.

Humphrey has competed against several illustrious quarterbacks over the course of his career. The veteran just unveiled a stunning list of the toughest quarterbacks he’s faced, omitting the name of the seven-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady.

Marlon Humphrey snubs Tom Brady

Marlon Humphrey has been recognized as the finest defensive back in single coverage in the league since 2018, but he also has some opponents that give him run for his money. The famous DT recently listed his four picks for the hardest quarterbacks on the “Punch Line” podcast.

Marlon Humphrey

However, the list shocked the NFL world as the Ravens’ hero skipped the name of the three-time NFL MVP Brady. Marlon Humphrey and Tom Terrific met twice in the course of Humphrey’s career, with the defensive tackle for the Ravens coming out on top in both games. This is likely the deciding factor in Humphery’s selection.

Furthermore, Brady was approached by Marlon during his last few seasons when it appeared that his output was dwindling. Because of this, Humphery’s team was not interested in the quarterbacks’ play.

In his 17 games in 2022, the 27-year-old Ravens player totaled 71 tackles, 3.0 sacks, and 3 interceptions. He has already been recognized as the 2019 All-Pro selection and the team’s finest slot cornerback.

Marlon Humphrey’s top-4 NFL QB list

Following their outstanding performance against the Ravens, Patrick Mahomes, Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Burrow, and Trevor Lawrence all earned the title of “toughest quarterback in the league” according to Marlons.

Humphrey and the two-time MVP Mahomes both entered the league in the same year, but the Ravens player was unable to equal the heroics of the Chiefs star, who won the Super Bowl twice within just four seasons. He gave Roethlisberger a special mention since, despite facing the quarterback eight times, he only has a single winning record versus him.

“Joe Burrow has cooked us. Trevor Lawrence has cooked us. Bigben literally diced up us into a 20-slice pie.”

What do you think about his quarterback list? Do you believe that leaving Brday off the list was a wise choice on his part? Let us know down below!

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Shabiha, once a casual observer, has morphed into a die-hard NFL fan. She carefully dissects every play, trade, and strategy. Whether it's breaking down game highlights or predicting playoff outcomes, Shabiha is your go-to source for all things NFL.


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