The NFL postseason kicks off on Saturday with Super Wild Card Weekend, and it appears two of the contenders will have to try and advance without the services of their starting quarterbacks. Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa has not played since sustaining a concussion on Christmas. His backup, Teddy Bridgewater, is also out with a broken finger, meaning it's up to Skylar Thompson to lead Miami to a win over the division-rival Buffalo Bills. Meanwhile, former MVP Lamar Jackson is optimistic he'll be able to play against the Bengals on Sunday, but he might be alone in that assessment. The man who had been playing in his place, Tyler Huntley, is also banged-up, leaving Anthony Brown as possibly the last QB standing for the Ravens. Sure, anything can happen in one game. Heck, the 49ers might ride the arm of Mr. Irrelevant right to the Super Bowl. But if you're a fan of either Miami or Baltimore, it might be time to start looking ahead to the 2023 regular season.
Which brings us to today's quiz of the day. In NFL history, a total of 28 QBs have thrown five or more touchdown passes in the Wild Card round. So with that in mind, how many can you name in five minutes?