Maybe you need to go back and reread my posts before you question how smart I am. I clearly have made it clear that the list is of veteran QB's that have signed new contracts from 2018 on. Using Aaron Rodgers last two contracts as an example: In 2013, Rodgers signed a 5 year, $110M deal for an average of $22M per year. In 2018, Rodgers now 5 years older and coming off a season ending injury in 2017, inked a 4 year, $134M deal for an average of average of $33.5M per year. That's $11.5M per year more for a QB who is past his prime and now older, slower, injury prone with rapidly declining skills. Salaries go up year after year. Trying to compare deals signed 3, 4 or 5 years ago to current contract is a foolish exercise that you keep trying to play.