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March Madness is coming to NFL.com, and with an NFL twist.
Starting Thursday, fans will be able to determine the greatest NFL quarterback of all-time in the website’s third-annual edition of “Bracketology.” The difference between the third edition and the previous two is that this one involves quarterbacks and No. 3 is involved – and that would be the Seahawks’ Russell Wilson.
Manning is the No. 2 seed and Wilson the No. 7 seed in the “Right Now” bracket.
In the “Generation X” bracket, Warren Moon is the No. 5 seed faces Jim Kelly, the Buffalo Bill’s former QB and No. 4 seed, in the opening round. Moon played two seasons in his Hall of Fame career with the Seahawks (1997-98) and now is the analyst for radio broadcasts of the team’s games.
Voting in the opening round will launch Thursday at NFL.com/bracketology. The second round will begin March 25; the third round March 28; the fourth round April 1; and the fifth round April 4.
The first two “Bracketology” exercises allowed fans to vote on the great team of all-time (1976 Oakland Raiders) and the greatest play of all-time (DeSean Jackson’s walk-off punt return for a touchdown against the New York Giants in 2010).