Quarterbacks Ranking Heading into Conference Championships

We rank the 4 remaining quarterbacks heading into their Conference Championship match on Sunday

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4. Ben Roethlisberger:

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No “big” surprise here. Roethlisberger’s performance was sub-par in their win over the Chiefs Sunday night. The Steelers’ QB was 20 for 31 on passing for 224 yards, with one interception and zero touchdowns.

Running back Le’veon Bell did most of the grunt work for the office, with Antonio Brown doing what Antonio Brown does best. Their defense looked great against Alex Smith, and will have an even bigger test against Tom Brady this Sunday.

With more interceptions than touchdown passes so far in the playoffs, how much are you willing bet on Big Ben pulling out the unlikely ‘W’?

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3. Aaron Rodgers

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Let’s be honest here, Rodgers is having a season to be remembered. Taking down the Cowboys and their record-breaking rookies was no easy feat by any means.

So why on earth is he 3rd on this list?? Despite the countless injuries and dealing with adversity all season, Rodgers has attained a passer rating of 104.2, but it’s those continuing injuries that will be his downfall.

There’s a list of players that didn’t participate in practice on Wednesday, especially for the offensive side. And make no mistake, Atlanta’s defense has come to play.

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