A 4th String QB & a Late Hit at the End of a Game: The AFC & NFC Championship Games

AFC & NFC Championship Games Trivia

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Going into the NFC Championship game, San Francisco was feeling confident despite having to start their 3rd string QB, Brock Purdy. However, early in the game he was hurt. Soon after, their 4th string QB was hurt too. The injured Purdy returned to the game but he could barely throw and thus San Francisco lost the game by a lot. In the AFC Championship game, near the end of the game, Patrick Mahomes was scrambling and he was hit late after he had stepped out of bounds. That fifteen yard penalty then set up the game winning field goal for the Chiefs. Now that I've given you the game summaries, let's see you demonstrate your knowledge of the smaller details. Here we go:

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