Thursday, January 16, 2014

The Right Teams Made it to Sunday

This Sunday the NFC and AFC Champion games are going to kickoff and with that there are two very compelling games. In the NFC you have the Seattle Seahawks against the San Francisco 49ers two very good teams that have quite a few things in common including two very strong defenses, two very strong running backs, and two quarterbacks that can run and throw with the best of them. While in the AFC there are the New England Patriots against the Denver Broncos two teams that are a bit more traditional compared to their NFC counterparts. Both teams rely heavily on their quarterback play while their defenses aren't necessarily as elite as their quarterbacks. The matchup between Peyton Manning and Tom Brady is always an intriguing one, even though they're never on the field at the same time, they're the two marquee names in the game since they're both eventually going to end up in Canton, Ohio at the NFL Hall of Fame.

Now to my outcome of both games. In the NFC game I believe that the San Francisco 49ers are getting better quarterback play from Colin Kaepernick compared to that of Russell Wilson of the Seahawks and considering the physical nature of the game on Sunday I feel like Kaepernick's play will be the factor that will put the 9ers back into the Super bowl. While in the AFC I feel like the Broncos have the better overall team with a better defense than the Patriots and a more consistent running game. So in my eyes it'll be the San Francisco 49ers against the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl.    

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