Quiz: Test your AFC Championship Game knowledge

Are you ready for the AFC Championship Game? The Patriots and Broncos are set to square off for the right to play in Super Bowl 50, while Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will square off for the 17th time in a battle of two of the best quarterbacks of all time.

But how well do you know the teams? Take this quiz and find out.

1. Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are first and second, respectively, in career playoff passing yards. Who is third?

A. Brett Favre
B. Joe Montana
C. John Elway

2. Tom Brady has never thrown for 400+ yards in a playoff game. Peyton Manning has done so three times. Who holds the record for most passing yards in a single playoff game?

A. Drew Brees
B. Kurt Warner
C. Bernie Kosar

3. A former New England Patriots defensive star is the all-time playoff leader in sacks. Who is it?

A. Richard Seymour
B. Willie McGinest
C. Mike Vrabel

4. Another former New England Patriots star is the all-time playoff leader in interceptions returned for a touchdown. That player is…

A. Rodney Harrison
B. Asante Samuel
C. Ty Law

5. Peyton Manning has played in three Super Bowls, where he has a 1-2 record. Those teams were…

A. Bears, Saints, Seahawks
B. Eagles, Bears, Cardinals
C. Bears, Cardinals, Seahawks

6. The Denver Broncos have won two Super Bowls. The first win came against the Green Bay Packers. The second was against…

A. San Francisco 49ers
B. New York Giants
C. Atlanta Falcons

7. Peyton Manning’s career playoff record is 12-13. What’s Tom Brady’s record?

A. 13-12
B. 22-8
C. 27-6

8. The Denver Broncos threw threw the most interceptions in the NFL during the 2015 season. Which team had the fewest?

A. New England Patriots
B. Carolina Panthers
C. Arizona Cardinals

9. Only one team left in the playoffs has a kicker who didn’t miss an extra point all season. That kicker is…

A. Brandon McManus – Denver
B. Graham Gano – Carolina
C. Stephen Gostkowski – New England

10. Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are two of the best playoff QBs of all time, but they’re also among the NFL postseason leaders in interceptions. Who’s the all-time INT leader?

A. Joe Montana
B. Brett Favre
C. Terry Bradshaw

Click here for the answers.

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