GREEN BAY, WI - NOVEMBER 30: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots (R) congratulates fellow quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers after their game at Lambeau Field on November 30, 2014 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers defeated the Patriots 26-21. (Photo by Brian D. Kersey/Getty Images)

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Brady and Rodgers Top New AP Poll Ranking the NFL’s Best Quarterbacks

At ages 41 and 34, respectively, these veteran QBs are still are the top of their game.

In NFL years, they’re old dog—but Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers still have plenty of tricks.

Despite being ages 41 and 34, respectively, Brady and Rodgers were voted the top two  quarterbacks in the NFL in a new Associated Press poll of 10 of the organization’s veteran football writers.

Brady received first-place votes from six of the writers and second-place votes from the other four, whereas Rodgers received four first-place votes, five second-place vote, and one nod for third. 

Only one other QB, Drew Brees, garnered a vote for first or second place.

“The Michael Jordan/Wayne Gretzky of pro football, Brady makes everyone around him better,” said AP writer Barry Wilner. “That includes receivers, runners, blockers, defenders and special teams. Oh yeah, and coaches. At 41, he’s still the guy.”

Brees finished third overall in the poll, followed by Seattle’s Russell Wilson and Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger.

Last night’s losing quarterback, Atlanta’s Matt Ryan, was sixth, followed by injured Philadelphia starter Carson Wentz, L.A. Chargers’ Philip Rivers, Carolina’s Cam Newton, and Detroit’s Matthew Stafford.

Read the full story at The Associated Press