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It’s official: The Los Angeles Rams will not repeat as Super Bowl champs in 2023. Sure, there was not much suspense there. The writing has been on the wall since Matthew Stafford went out with an injury in Week 11, but even before that, Stafford was not on his A-game as he dealt with an elbow issue. This led to some speculation that the 34-year-old QB might hang ’em up after this season. That won’t be the case. Stafford recently went on his wife’s podcast to shut down those rumors. Prior to this season, Stafford signed a lucrative four-year extension with the Rams, so it makes a lot of sense for him to stick around. With Stafford coming back, L.A. now has to ensure that both Sean McVay and Aaron Donald return for 2023. If the Rams can do that, don’t be surprised if they make another deep run in the postseason a little over a year from now.
Which brings us to today’s quiz of the day. In the history of the NFL, 35 quarterbacks have thrown a total of two or more touchdowns in Super Bowls over the course of their careers, including Stafford, who threw three in his only Super Bowl appearance. So with that in mind, how many can you name in five minutes?