The NFL playoffs continue this weekend with two games on Saturday and two on Sunday. Three of the remaining eight starting quarterbacks for playoff teams were drafted in the 2018 NFL Draft. Saturday night's game features the two quarterbacks who have had the most individual success so far in their careers. Baltimore Ravens' quarterback Lamar Jackson won the 2019 NFL Most Valuable Player award. Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is likely to finish second in this year's voting to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Both Allen and Jackson have one playoff victory due to their credit which they both secured in last weekend's wild card matchups. Below are the statistics of how both quarterbacks have fared in their careers.

Josh Allen: 44 Games, QB Record 28-15 REC, 61.8 Comp%, 9707 YDS, 7.2 YPA, 67-31 TD/INT, 1,562 career rushing YDS

Lamar Jackson: 46 Games, QB Record 30-7 REC, 64 Comp%, 7085 YDS, 7.5 YDS, 68-18 TD/INT, 2,906 career rushing YDS

This past Friday on Levack and Goz, the guys tried to finish off the debate.

Capital Region's own Bobby Trosset covers the Ravens in Baltimore for WBAL and 98Rock. Was Bobby ready to take on the Twitter hate and defend Jackson against the Bills Mafia? You can listen to the full interview below.

Sal Capaccio from the flagship station of the Buffalo Bills WGR550, joined to offer his take on the topic. What makes Josh Allen so good? Will one game flip the narrative on the topic? Will he even consider Goz's question a "good question"? Find out below.

Remember you can listen to the AFC Divisional round playoff matchup between the Buffalo Bills and Baltimore Ravens here on 104.5 The Team. Coverage will begin at 8pm.

(Please note game coverage is subject to change if UAlbany's Saturday night tipoff is altered)