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2004 vs. 2012 Draft

The 2004 NFL Draft Class is regarded as one of the best for quarterbacks in recent history, and two of its members will go head-to-head on Sunday when the Eli Manning and the Giants travel to face Philip Rivers and the Chargers.

In their 10th seasons, Manning is a two-time Super Bowl MVP while Rivers has thrown for more than 30,000 yards and has been named to four Pro Bowls. Meanwhile, 2004 also produced Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger, a two-time Super Bowl champion.

However, the 2012 quarterback class has also been heralded for producing players like Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Russell Wilson, who all made the Pro Bowl as rookies.

That leads us to our Morning Debate:

In the long run, which QB draft class will be considered better: 2004 or 2012?

Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

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