The NFL Super Bowl and NFL Pro Bowl are right around the corner. Now it’s just a matter of choosing your favorite chips and salsa, and claiming the end of the couch you’ll be occupying to avoid in-game seating conflicts.
We love a good game, but we’re pretty crazy about cars, too. So we’ve got a list with which we think you’ll agree. These cars are the perfect ride for each of the playoff quarterbacks with whom we’ve matched them. And if you disagree, you’re just plain wrong.
Quarterback: Tom Brady, New England Patriots
Car: 1998 Honda Accord – An older car with a lot of mileage on it that still runs reliably and gets the job done.
Quarterback: Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
Car: 2015 Toyota Corolla – A small yet dependable car that comes with a lot of gadget options, like a backup camera, which is sort of like having eyes in the back of your head.
Quarterback: Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers
Car: 2007 Hummer H2 – A huge car that can’t keep much gas in the tank.
Quarterback: Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens
Car: 2015 Ford Taurus SHO – Disguised as a midsize sedan for the majority of the time. But when it needs to put the pedal to the metal, the car steps up in a big way.
Quarterback: Peyton Manning, Broncos
Car: 1985 BMW M3 – An older but flashy car out of which you occasionally can get some speed but it’s about time to replace.
Quarterback: Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts
Car: 2015 Tesla Model S – Good to the environment and packing impressive punch, this is one of the fastest production cars there is.
Quarterback: Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Bengals
Car: 2015 Scion FR-S – A relative newcomer with more press than presence. It might be great; it’s just that we haven’t seen a lot of it yet.
Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
Car: 2014 Elio – A car that’s one tire short of the average. Nuff said.
Quarterback: Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys
Car: 2005 Chevy Silverado, if Jerry Jones was the driver – The truck is great, but injury prone. The driver gets a lot of use out of it, but beats it up so much that it spends a lot of time in the repair shop.
Quarterback: Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions
Car: 2015 Chrysler 300 – A big car that is great for long distance traveling.
Quarterback: Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers
Car: 2015 Ford F-150 – Towing capacity on this truck is great for carrying a whole team.
Quarterback: Ryan Lindley, Arizona Cardinals
Car: Whichever car the dealership gives you as a loaner while your own car is getting fixed. It gets you from point A to point B, but it’s just not the right fit and requires some patience.
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