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Thus far in his career, Brady has earned $835,000 per start and $1.07 million per win. That's not too shabby at all. Add in another Super Bowl ring, and that will end up having cost the Patriots $39.2 million per Lombardi under Brady.

2. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers

Total Salary: $158.3 Million

NFL Experience: 13 Seasons

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In comparison, Big Ben has been nowhere near as successful as the rival he's set to take on Sunday. Though, that's nothing against the Steelers' quarterback and future Hall of Famer. Brady is simply on his own level.

For Roethlisberger, this weekend's AFC Championship game is all about etching his name in stone when it comes to the history books of one of the most successful franchises in NFL history. With a win on Sunday, he will tie Terry Bradshaw for the most Super Bowl appearances in Steelers history (four).

Big Ben is currently playing under a four-year, $87.4 million contract he signed back in March of 2015. His average annual salary of $21.9 million makes him the seventh highest-paid quarterback in the NFL. Again, there's a lot of value the Steelers are receiving here.

Roethlisberger has led his Steelers to three Super Bowl appearances, two Lombardi trophies and five conference title appearances in his first 12 seasons. We can now add a sixth conference title game to his resume. If it weren't for Brady, this would be the talk of the NFL right now.

When it comes to regular season success, Roethlisberger has won twice as many games as he's lost. He's also led Pittsburgh to nine double-digit win seasons.

To put this into perspective, the aforementioned Joe Montana won double-digit games seven times during his 16-year NFL career.

Not much more different than Brady, Roethlisberger has earned $865,000 per start and $1.3 million per winning during his career. With another Lombardi, the Steelers will have paid Big Ben $58.2 million per Super Bowl title.

3. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons

Total Salary: $133.7 Million

NFL Experience: Nine Seasons

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This one was a bit surprising when crunching the numbers. We're still not sure how Ryan and his combined two postseason wins has earned more cash than two-time NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers. But that's what we're here to do ... figure it out.

What we do know is that Ryan benefited from the old collective bargaining agreement when rookie salaries were not capped. Shortly after being selected No. 3 overall back in 2008, Ryan inked a whopping six-year, $67.5 million contract with Atlanta. This was before he even took a snap in the NFL.

It is, however, important to note that this wasn't an uncommon situation under the old CBA.

The following season saw the Detroit Lions select Matthew Stafford No. 1 overall. He proceeded to ink a six-year, $72 millions deal .

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