NFL Professional football is a young man's game. The shelf-life of a pro athlete is short in general, and can be even shorter, if injuries occur. The 2013 NFL postseason is on, and some of the teams in contention for Super Bowl glory, are lead by rookie quarterbacks.
NFL rookie quarterbacks hit the ground running in 2012, in what appeared as a seamless transition. Some of the most outstanding young quarterbacks, have already made a name for themselves, and are creating quite a buzz in the NFL.
Washington Redskins, starting quarterback, Robert Griffith,III, referred to as RGIII, is turning heads in his first NFL season. Quarterbacks, Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts and Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks, will also be starting in next Sunday's postseason opener. Can these rookies stand-up to the NFL seasoned quarterbacks?
Jan. 1, Reuters cited, "Defense and experience win championships and few know the road to the Super Bowl better than longtime quarterbacks Tom Brady and Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers."
Denver Broncos' quarterback Peyton Manning, in his first season with Denver, lead the Broncos to fist seed in the AFC. Green bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, along with Peyton Manning finished on top, in quarterback ratings, for 2012.
New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady, tied with former Denver Broncos quarterback, John Elway, for the most Super Bowls starts, at five starts each.