At least one game each Saturday will come down to a two-minute drill where a team will either drive to the end zone for a thrilling last-second victory or turn the ball over on downs, short of the goal line.
Though this scenario could also end in with a fumble, interception or field goal, the general idea is the same—your team's season is on the line and more than likely your fate is now in the hands of the 20-something kid under center.
Yes, your Saturday, your weekend and your season comes down to whether your team's QB can display the calm, cool composure necessary to drive a football down the field within a very limited time frame.
The following slideshow power ranks the 10 guys in 2012 that we’d most want to be in our team's colors if the game came down to a two-minute drill.
Each of these QBs boast pass efficiency, decision-making skills and each play for teams that have been ultra-successful at scoring in the fourth quarter in 2012.
Bonus points are given to guys who can run the ball, because when you’ve got two minutes left on the clock, the double-threat is even more, well, threatening.