NFL Playoff Spotlight on Quarterbacks

sports illustrated

The game is changing. With the exotic new offenses we’re seeing in Seattle, Washington and San Francisco, maybe you don’t need the future Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback to win it all, anymore. Maybe you just need to outwit and outrun the Hall of Fame quarterback's defense.

The 12 quarterbacks still playing this season make up an interesting group. There’s a quixotic mix — split very cleanly three ways — between the Hall of Fame guys, the young guns and a trio of quarterback who are knocking on the door to greatness, while still trying to leave hordes of doubters behind.

I love the quarterbacks — both young and old, untested and proven, and all seeking one thing. Let's break 'em down.

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