Sunday's NFC Wild Card clash between the NFC North champion Washington Redskins and the Wild Card Seattle Seahawks will be decided by which rookie quarterback outperforms the other.
Both Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson have been sensational this season and are in the running for Rookie of the Year honors. But only one can come out on the winning end on Wild Card Weekend.
Here we'll project how both first-year signal-callers will fare in Sunday's high-stakes showdown.
Robert Griffin III
Sunday could potentially be Griffin's toughest matchup to date, though. The Seahawks defense ranked well against the pass this season, giving up just 203 yards and a touchdown through the air per game.
Over/Under 199.5 passing yards for RG3 vs. Seattle?
Still, Seattle ranks in the top 10 in run defense and has the potential to slow Morris down. And although I don't believe the Seahawks will shut down Washington's running game completely, I like them to have enough success against it to force RG3 into tough situations.
Projection: 13-of-25, 175 yards, one touchdown, one interception, five rushes, 40 yards
Over/Under 1.5 TDs for Russell Wilson vs. Washington?
Of course, the Redskins secondary will step its game up for the postseason, but still, it's incredibly vulnerable to the pass.
Like RG3, though, Wilson will have a sturdy running game to lean on Sunday. Running back Marshawn Lynch rushed for 1,590 yards this season, and will help provide balance for Pete Carroll's offense.
With Lynch's help, I think Wilson and the Seattle offense will do just enough damage to survive on the road. Wilson is facing a much better matchup compared to Griffin, and I believe that will make the difference on Sunday.
Projection: 15-of-20, 230 yards, two touchdowns, six rushes, 50 yards
Follow Bleacher Report Featured Columnist Patrick Clarke on Twitter.