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Tom Brady or Peyton Manning? Who is NFL players clutch Super Bowl quarterback?

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The recent NFL Nation confidential survey continues to provide some interesting information.

After revealing 85% of players would play in a Super Bowl with a concussion, we now know who they would pick as their quarterback in the clutch moments of the big game.

And the honor goes to New England Patriot's Tom Brady.

Asked who they would like to see at QB at the two minute warning of their Super Bowl game, 40% of the 320 players voted for the two-time Super Bowl MVP. 

His nearest rival to the crown was Peyton Manning (29%), although the Broncos man will have the opportunity to win it for real this Sunday.

As reported by ESPN, Brady has produced 30 comeback drives when trailing in the final quarter in his career, and this coolness under pressure has not gone unnoticed by his peers.

Winning three Super-Bowls is also not likely to harm your chances!

Other quarterbacks to receive a share of the vote were:

Aaron Rodgers - 10%

Drew Brees - 6.6%

Ben Roethlisberger - 6.3%

Eli Manning - 2.8%

Not much hope for Russell Wilson on Sunday then? 

Would Brady get your vote?

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