The Arizona Cardinals clinched a playoff berth on Sunday night and will start either Ryan Lindley, Drew Stanton, or Logan Thomas at quarterback in their postseason opener in early January.
Regardless of the starter, one of the three will be likely regarded as one of the worst quarterbacks to ever appear in a postseason game.
In honor of such a dubious occasion, it’s time to review some of the worst quarterbacks to ever playoff in the postseason.
The Cleveland Browns will have nothing to do with the playoffs but let’s stop and reflect for a moment.
How brutal was Johnny Football on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals?
So, remember when the Dallas Cowboys rolled into Seattle earlier this season and beat the Seahawks?
Welp, that could be one of the pivotal games on the NFC’s wild road to the Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona.
I present to you the comments of Philadelphia councilman Jim Kenney in regards to Chris Christie’s appearance in Jerry Jones’s suite during Sunday night’s Cowboys/Eagles game in Philadelphia.
Mark down the date of Sunday, December 14, 2014.
If Eagles fans have anything to do with it, it’s the day that New Jersey governor Chris Christie may start his long road to losing the 2016 presidential election by sitting in Jerry Jones’s suite during Sunday night’s Cowboys/Eagles tilt.
Christie, who has repeatedly stated his love for the Dallas Cowboys, saddled up next to Jones as the Cowboys visited the Eagles in a battle for first place in the NFC East.