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Not-Exactly-Household-Name QBs Best Tom Brady

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On Sunday, Tom Brady will play in his 12th AFC Championship game, with a chance to advance to the eighth Super Bowl of his storied career. But unlike Brady’s previous conference championship appearances in which he was one of multiple future Hall of Fame quarterbacks vying for a title, the 2018 postseason has left the 40-year-old as the last major star remaining. And as it turns out, Social would prefer he cede the spotlight to the other three quarterbacks looking to head to the Big Game. Minnesota Vikings quarterback Case Keenum, who subbed for an injured Sam Bradford early in the season and helped guide the team to a 13-3 record, is Social’s favorite over the past two weeks with a 66 percent positive score. He was aided big-time by a Hail Mary touchdown pass to receiver Stefon Diggs in the Divisional Round game against the New Orleans Saints, which led to a 29-24 victory. His adversary in the NFC Championship, Nick Foles of the Philadelphia Eagles, has the next-highest score at 50 percent positive. Foles took over for injured starter Carson Wentz late in the season and has done just enough to keep the Eagles alive. Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles comes in at 48 percent positive, and it’s no surprise he is not Mr. Popularity after a career full of up-and-down performances. Somehow, however, he’s ahead of Brady, who comes in last at 44 percent positive. Touchdown Tom can take solace in the fact that his Patriots are heavy favorites over the Jaguars. –Alex Shultz



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