Although his passing stats didn't stand above the rest, Robert Griffin led the Redskins to the franchise's first NFC East championship in 13 seasons. His rookie counterparts Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson fared a little better statistically, as both quarterbacks threw for more than 190 yards and were responsible for two of their respective team's scores.

Each week we'll give you, SportsNation, the chance to rate each rookie quarterback. With Brandon Weeden sitting out with an injury, how did his fellow neophytes do in Week 17?

Griffin's grade?

Week 17 stats: 9-for-18, 100 YDS, 0 TD, 0 INT, 63 rush YDS, rush TD in a 28-18 win over the Cowboys.


Luck's grade?

Week 17 stats: 14-for-28, 191 YDS, 2 TD, 0 INT in a 28-16 win over the Texans.


Tannehill's grade?

Week 17 stats: 20-for-35, 235 YDS, 0 TD, 1 INT in a 28-0 loss to the Patriots.


Wilson's grade?

Week 17 stats: 15-for-19, 250 YDS, TD, 0 INT, 58 rush YDS, rush TD in a 20-13 win over the Rams.


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