Will Sam Bradford be the first of these young QBs to win a Super Bowl?

ST. LOUIS MO - DECEMBER 26: Sam Bradford #8 of the St. Louis Rams passes against the San Francisco 49ers at the Edward Jones Dome on December 26 2010 in St. Louis Missouri. The Rams beat the 49ers 25-17. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford is easily the best quarterback from his 2010 draft class (apologies to the Clausen fans out there). He's probably the best young QB, at least in terms of raw talent, in the league right now, and definitely head and shoulders and Axe hair products above anyone from the 2011 NFL Draft class. 

As rookie, Bradford led his team to a 7-9 record, one season removed from winning just a single game. To say that the franchise has a lot of hopes riding on him is an exercise in understatement. Just what he can do this year, with more talent around him and experience under his belt will likely surprise all but the biggest homers, especially in light of the Rams' very difficult 2011 schedule

But with quarterbacks, they're ultimately measured on one key metric: championships. Here's a fun little exercise to engage in on a Sunday night while you let all that ham digest. Which one of these young QBs, drafted in the last two years, will win a Super Bowl first? Bonus points for defending your pick in the comments.

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