He is Tom Brady, and the "six" in this instance is the number of touchdowns he threw last week in the Patriots' playoff opener, tying the record for most postseason touchdowns in NFL playoff history. And he did it in just 33:08.
This week, he'll have a bit of a more difficult task, featuring the vaunted Ravens defense and the always-dangerous Ed Reed. Comparitively, the Broncos' defense allowed 232 passing yards per game (18th in NFL), while the Ravens allowed 196 passing yards per game (fourth-fewest).
The Ravens also allowed just 11 passing touchdowns all year long, so it might be a bit much to expect him to come close to repeating last week's feats.
But, do you really want to be in the business of doubting Tom Brady?