When using the construction "all of us" as a subject in a sentence, the pronoun stays an object pronoun, as such:
All of us are in the same boat.
The alternate construction just sounds weird (to my ears, at least), even though it "follows" the subject-verb agreement:
All of we are in the same boat.
and in order to make sense, would have to be rephrased like this:
We are all in the same boat.
Why is this? I know "all of us" is the correct version of the two above, but everything people say about subject-verb agreement would seem to imply otherwise.