We’re two days away from the AFC Championship game, yet one big question remains. Will Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes play be cleared to play? Mahomes was knocked out of last week’s game vs. the Browns and was immediately placed in the NFL’s concussion protocol. He is now reportedly ‘symptom-free’ and Chiefs head coach Andy Reid seems to be optimistic regarding Mahomes’ chances of playing against Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills on Sunday night. If Mahomes can’t go, backup quarterback Chad Henne will get the start. To his credit, the veteran performed admirably against Cleveland, but you’d be hard-pressed to find a single Chiefs fan hoping for a Henne repeat over the return of #15.
Which brings us to today’s quiz of the day. In the history of the NFL’s two conference games, a QB has thrown for 300 or more yards on 38 occasions. So with that in mind, how many of the signal-callers to top the 300 yard mark in either an NFC or AFC championship game can you name in five minutes?