Which NFL Quarterback, 25 or Younger, Wins a Super Bowl First?

BR StudiosFeatured Columnist IVMarch 29, 2017

2012 seemed to be a renaissance of sorts at the quarterback position in the NFL. After years of pundits bemoaning the state of play at the game's most important position, suddenly there seemed to be talented young quarterbacks all around the league. 

Obviously, last year's draft class, consisting of Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson and Ryan Tannehill, had a big part to play in that perception, along with the continued maturation of young signal-callers such as Andy Dalton and Cam Newton. Throw in the red-hot Colin Kaepernick's first 10 professional starts and you have a ton of young quarterback talent on display. 

But which one of these young guns will be the first to hoist the Lombardi Trophy?

Join Bleacher Report's Matt Miller, Josh Zerkle and Aaron Nagler as they choose which quarterback, 25 years old or younger, will first guide his team to the Super Bowl.

Agree? Disagree? Did they leave someone out? Let us know in the comments below. 

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