Will Super Bowl LII Be Won By Ring Less QB? Case Keenum, Matt Ryan Have Shot

This weekend's Divisional Round features three quarterbacks who account for eight of the last 16 Super Bowl titles: New England's Tom Brady (5), Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger (2) and New Orleans' Drew Brees (1). The five remaining quarterbacks in this year's playoffs (Tennessee's Marcus Mariota, Jacksonville's Blake Bortles, Atlanta's Matt Ryan, Philadelphia's Nick Foles and Minnesota's Case Keenum) have not hoisted the Lombardi Trophy.

If Mariota, Bortles and Keenum want to advance to Championship Sunday and ultimately give themselves a chance at a title, they will have to defeat one of the Super Bowl-winning QBs this weekend, given the lineup of games: Tennessee at New England; Jacksonville at Pittsburgh; New Orleans at Minnesota. Plus, the Atlanta-Philadelphia bout will put either Ryan or Foles in the NFC title game.

So, if Super Bowl LII is to be won by a ring-less QB, who has the best shot?

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