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Bucky Brooks ranks the top quarterbacks left in the postseason I NFL on FOX | FOX Sports

Your favorite former scout & NFL player, Bucky Brooks, breaks down the top QBs left in the postseason. Find out where Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom Brady, Kansas City Chiefs Patrick Mahomes, San Francisco 49ers Jimmy Garoppolo, Tennessee Titans Ryan Tannehill, Los Angeles Rams Matthew Stafford, Cincinnati Bengals Joe Burrow, Buffalo Bills Josh Allen, and Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers rank among quarterbacks in the playoffs.

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