• October 1, 2020

NFL Championship Weekend: Ranking the Final Four Quarterbacks

 NFL Championship Weekend: Ranking the Final Four Quarterbacks


NFL Championship weekend is here and four teams remain.

After a long and eventful NFL season, tomorrow, we find out who will be playing in this year’s Super Bowl. Not only will be a battleground for league dominance, but it also will be a stage for some of the league’s famed QBs to shine.

Here’s how we rank the remaining 4 Quarterbacks in the league.

1. Aaron Rodgers

Rodgers is arguably the goat, depending on who you ask. He approaches every game with poise and focus. For 15 years, he has been a shining star at quarterback, even before he was the starter in Green Bay.

Over his 184 games he’s thrown 364 touchdowns and has proven his legend in abundance. One of his super powers is doing the impossible to get a victory. He’s the best QB playing this weekend.

Though he started the season in a sloppy victory against the Bears, here’s Rodgers’ highlights from this year. You’ll quickly forget that he’s 36 years old.

2. Patrick Mahomes

Patrick Mahomes is undoubtedly one of the bests in the league. As retirements roll in over the next few years, Mahomes will eventually become the best. He’s throw for over 4,000 yards this season and 26 touchdowns.

Not to mention he had a shortened season due to injury.

Mahomes is a highlight reel caliber player and you can expect to see him shine this weekend. Personally, I think he’ll grow into quite the leader for the NFL. Get jiggy with some Mahomes highlights from this year.

3. Jimmy Garroppollo

Garroppollo is also one of the NFL’s stars of tomorrow. He’s just third on this list. But, he’s in good company.

He studied under the legendary Tom Brady for a few years in New England. Watching him play this year has been very reminiscent of Brady’s poise and leadership. He’s piled up nearly 4,000 yards and has tossed 27 touchdowns.

4. Ryan Tannehill

I’m excited to see Tannehill’s growth this year. I’m really excited his name on this list. It was heartbreaking to see it up here instead of Lamar, but can’t help but be happy for the kid.

He stepped in after the failed partnership between the Titans and Marcus Mariota. In his first few starts, you could see the team catch a spark. Tennessee rallied behind Tannehill and it was a sight to witness.

You can’t quite explain the spark, but you certainly can feel it. He’s thrown for nearly 3,000 yards this season along with 22 touchdowns. Let’s get a look at Tannehill.

The Titans take on the Chiefs in the AFC Championship Sunday at 3:05PM EST. That game airs on CBS. Then, Green Bay takes a trip to San Francisco for the NFC Championship. That game is at 6:40 PM EST on FOX.

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