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Posted at 7:46 PM ET, 01/23/2011

Mark Sanchez picks Mark Brunell out on the sideline

By Cindy Boren

Which former Redskins quarterback had the worse day in the NFL's championship games Sunday: Todd Collins or Mark Brunell?

Collins briefly brought Toddball back to the league when Jay Cutler suffered a knee injury in the Chicago Bears' NFC loss to the Green Bay Packers. Collins struggled and was replaced by Caleb Hanie.

In the AFC nightcap between the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers, cameras caught Brunell serving as a human tissue for Mark Sanchez.

By Cindy Boren  | January 23, 2011; 7:46 PM ET
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Comments

And Rex Ryan will not be going to the Super Bowl.

Couldn't have happened to a nicer giant sack of crap.

Posted by: freakzilla | January 23, 2011 9:53 PM | Report abuse

Hard to imagine anyone having a worse day than Todd Collins. I was embarrassed for him. I think Lovie Smith will personally go down to the league office to file Collins' retirement papers on his behalf.

Posted by: drischord | January 24, 2011 11:36 AM | Report abuse

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