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The Manning Brothers And Drew Brees Have Highest E-Scores As 2014 Football Season Gets Underway

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E-Score releases list showing popularity and awareness of all 32 starting NFL quarterbacks

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With the 2014 NFL season just a couple of days away, 32 teams are getting ready to battle it out on the gridiron for almost 4 months to see who will reign supreme at Super Bowl XLIX. But the scores are already in for how the American public feels about the starting NFL quarterbacks for each team. According to a recent consumer survey conducted by E-Score®, a leading consumer research service that provides information to media and entertainment companies, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Eli Manning have the highest level of awareness and are the most well-liked of all 32 starting quarterbacks.

An E-Score can range from 0 to 100 and is based on a survey that formulates a rating of that person's awareness and appeal, as well as positive and negative measures.  The ongoing national survey of over 8,000 celebrities is conducted among 1,100 persons ages 13+ with general representation across income, age, education and geographic demographics to represent a cross-section of the U.S. population.

"There is a delicate balance between awareness and the positive and negative attributes associated with each player based on overall perception," said Gerry Philpott, president of E-Poll Market Research that provides the E-Score service. "While solid numbers on the field helps, it takes more than just playing ability to achieve a high E-Score when trying to win over the American public."

Following is the complete list of all 32 starting NFL quarterbacks and their E-Scores (at press time):

Broncos, Peyton Manning, 97
Saints, Drew Brees, 91
Giants, Eli Manning, 90
Packers, Aaron Rodgers, 88
Patriots, Tom Brady, 81
Colts, Andrew Luck, 78
Seahawks, Russell Wilson, 78
Ravens, Joe Flacco, 77
Redskins, Robert Griffin III, 77
Lions, Matthew Stafford, 70
49ers, Colin Kaepernick, 66
Panthers, Cam Newton, 63
Eagles, Nick Foles, 58
Rams, Sam Bradford (injured), 55
Bengals, Andy Dalton, 54
Cowboys, Tony Romo, 53
Falcons, Matt Ryan, 53
Cardinals, Carson Palmer, 48
Chargers, Philip Rivers, 47
Titans, Jake Locker, 41
Chiefs, Alex Smith, 39
Dolphins, Ryan Tannehill, 39
Vikings, Matt Cassel, 38
Browns, Brian Hoyer, 38
Texans, Ryan Fitzpatrick, 35
Raiders, Matt Schaub, 34
Steelers, Ben Roethlisberger, 34
Bears, Jay Cutler, 33
Bills, EJ Manuel, 32
Buccaneers, Josh McCown, 25
Jets, Geno Smith, 24
Jaguars, Chad Henne, 22

In the "next man up" category, the survey also included E-Scores for rookie quarterbacks hoping to get their first starting job, including Blake Bortles (58), Teddy Bridgewater (39) and Johnny Manziel (22).

E-Score is a product of E-Poll Market Research, a full service consumer research company that provides quantitative and qualitative research to media, entertainment and Fortune 1,000 companies. E-Poll was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Los Angeles. More information is available at


Steve Honig

The Honig Company, LLC


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