History will be made in the Oakland Raiders playoff game against the Houston Texans. Oakland’s rookie quarterback Connor Cook will become the first signal-caller in the Super Bowl era to make his NFL debut in a playoff game. Things rarely go well when a team is forced to use a backup QB, especially in the playoffs. Since 1966, there have only been 86 playoff games where a team’s primary passer was not the same as the team’s usual QB from the regular season.
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