The Wall Street Journal has put together a list of the most commonly shown NFL quarterbacks and coaches, and—in news that should surprise absolutely no one—Tom Brady and Peyton Manning finished on top.

After watching two games from each of the league's 32 teams, the WSJ tallied how often specific coaches and quarterbacks were broadcasted while standing on the sideline. The highly expressive Jim Harbaugh topped the coaching side, while the aforementioned Manning and Brady (along with Teddy Bridgewater for some reason) were the highest ranked quarterbacks.

All 32 NFL coaches and quarterbacks ranked by how often they are shown during a broadcast.

— WSJ Sports (@WSJSports) October 16, 2014

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[via The Wall Street Journal]