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Ryan Fitzpatrick leads the way

Picture this -- a game is tied with 3:25 left on the clock and the ball at the opposing 20. The quarterback takes charge, needing only three plays to get his team in scoring position before running the clock down for a ship shot field goal. Who are you thinking of?

Chances are, Ryan Fitzpatrick isn't the first name that comes to mind. But you might want to get used to it.

With their comeback win over New England, the Buffalo Bills became the first team in NFL history to win two consecutive games in which they trailed by at least 18 points. Fitzpatrick's star power has people outside of Buffalo talking about the Bills. And that's saying something.

But Fitzpatrick wasn't the only QB to grace our panel's list. Brandon Weeden, Jarrett Lee and Matthew Stafford all played a huge role in scoring big wins for their teams and reputations. Some might even argue that a touchdown-less Tony Romo deserves a top-10 spot for gritting out a rough Monday night matchup.

What do you think? Is someone too high, too low, too … missing? Sound off in the comments section below.

Our all-star panel: John Buccigross, Robert Flores, DJ Gallo, Jim Basquil, Kevin Connors, Will Selva, Jeff MacGregor and Trey Wingo.

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