In throwing so many passes this season, Stafford got four players to average at least three or more catches per game, and three averaged four or more per game.
As for Brees, five players averaged three or more receptions per game, and three of those averaged five or more catches per game.
Needless to say, both know how to dish the rock around quite well to keep the defense guessing.
Now for their Wild Card matchup, the word "wild" doesn't describe how much aerial productivity will go on. Combined between each team, seven players averaged at least three receptions per game.
Being that there is going to be over 850 passing yards altogether, a few more players will step up and contribute in a big way.
For Detroit, we know Calvin Johnson, Brandon Pettigrew and Nate Burleson will get at least three catches. Rookie receiver Titus Young will have to really become a factor.
Expect "Megatron" to receive a lot of double coverage and Pettigrew to get blanketed on occasion. Therefore, Young will receive more looks from Stafford.
On New Orleans, Jimmy Graham, Marques Colston, Darren Sproles and Lance Moore will definitely snatch three passes.
But in order to keep the game in their control, Pierre Thomas and Robert Meachem will need to have solid outings.
Neither pass defense really has anyone who can consistently dominate in single coverage.
So it won't be an issue getting 10 players to three or more catches, especially since each quarterback uses the field very well—vertically and horizontally.