It’s not too often – especially when a No. 1 and No. 2 seed are upset in the divisional round – that any possible Super Bowl matchup among the final four teams would be a good one.
Yet, there’s no team in this final four that would ruin the Super Bowl party. Each team is intriguing in its own way. The Atlanta Falcons have the best offense. The Green Bay Packers have the most exciting player. The New England Patriots have the best coach, a legendary quarterback and a lot of history on the line. The Pittsburgh Steelers have the best No. 1 running back/No. 1 receiver combination since … well, it has been a while.
Any matchup is fine. Packers-Patriots might be the most viewer-friendly, but Falcons-Patriots (with two of the three highest-scoring offenses in football) could be the more aesthetically pleasing game. Steelers-Packers would once again bring together two of the sport’s best fan bases on its biggest stage. Steelers-Falcons would have a ton of star power and a lot of points too. WeRead More »from NFL against the spread picks: A great Super Bowl matchup awaits, no matter who wins this weekend