Super Bowl XLVI is going to be a rematch of Super Bowl XLIl. Can it get much better than this? Absolutely not.
With that being said, let's take a look each of these team's two rosters and evaluate them a bit.
Here's a power ranking of the top 44 starters for Super Bowl XLVI.
Cornerback Sterling Moore may have come up with the game saving pass deflection in the AFC Championship as he knocked the ball out of Lee Evans' hands—but he's simply not that great.
Moore started the 2011 season as a member of the Oakland Raiders practice squad.
Kareem McKenzie isn't the greatest right tackle out there as he's allowed a few sacks this season but he can be effective for the New York Giants.
Defensive linemen Brandon Deaderick has done a solid job all season in filling in for the injured Pro Bowler, Andre Carter.
Deaderick isn't that great of a pass rusher but he's very effective against the run as he compiled 17 tackles in 10 games this season for the Patriots.
David Baas is a pretty reliable center for the New York Giants but has had his share of troubles in 2011—much like the entire Giants offensive line.
Nate Solder is certainly having one hell of a rookie season for the New England Patriots—but experience is his biggest knock.
The rookie out of Colorado has done a solid job at right tackle this season for the Patriots, but sometimes requires some extra help in blocking from New England's tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Cornerback Kyle Arrington has been beat several times this season for the New England Patriots.
However, the only thing that he's done this season for the team is intercept an impressive seven passes.
Defensive tackle Kyle Love has actually played very well for the New England Patriots this season.
In just his second season in the NFL, Love recorded 33 tackles and three sacks this past season.
Devin McCourty was a Pro Bowler a year ago and has been extremely disappointing this season.
McCourty failed at cornerback this season for the Patriots and has been playing a lot of safety in the playoffs.
David Diehl isn't the greatest left tackle in the world but he's stepped up and switched over from his natural position of offensive guard and has played well in 2011.
The Cornell product Kevin Boothe has been pretty dependable for the New York Giants this season as the team's starting left offensive guard.
Dan Connolly stepped in for the New England Patriots this season for the injured Dan Koppen as the team's starting center—and he's done an absolute phenomenal job.
Tight end Jake Ballard is far from elite but he's very dependable.
Ballard emerged as a solid receiver for Eli Manning this season as he caught 38 passes for 604 yards and four touchdowns this season.
Defensive end Mark Anderson stepped in and had himself a very impressive season with the New England Patriots.
Anderson accumulated 10 sacks for the Patriots in 2011 and has consistently put pressure on opposing quarterbacks all season long.
Linebacker Chase Blackburn played in only five games this season but still found a way to rack up 26 tackles and pick off one pass.
Blackburn isn't the most aggressive linebacker but he's a pretty dependable defender for the Giants.
Corey Webster isn't the greatest cornerback out there but he's pretty dependable for the New York Giants.
Webster was one hell of a play-maker in 2011 as he tallied up an impressive six interceptions.
Outside linebacker Rob Ninkovich really stepped up his game in 2011 for the New England Patriots
Ninkovich finished 2011 with an impressive 74 sacks and a solid 6.5 sacks.
In his first season as a full-time starter, Linval Joseph impressed a lot of people in 2011.
Joseph played in all 16 games while racking up 49 tackles and two sacks this season for the New York Giants.
Kenny Phillips had a pretty productive season for the New York Giants in 2011.
Playing at safety, Phillips tallied up 82 tackles this season while picking off an impressive four passes.
Aaron Ross is a pretty solid cornerback for the New York Giants.
Ross may not have the greatest cover skills but he's a play-maker and pretty reliable.
Patrick Chung is an animal—he runs around New England's defensive backfield and always finds a way to put his nose in on the action.
In only eight games this season, Chung still found a way to rack up 62 tackles, one sack and one interception for the Patriots.
Deion Branch may be aging—but he's so experienced and one of the most clutch wide receivers to ever play the game.
Branch played in 15 games this season for the New England Patriots as he caught 51 passes for 702 yards and scored five touchdowns.
Brandon Jacobs did not have the greatest season in 2011 but he is still a very dangerous runner that will run over anyone that does not throw their entire body at him.
Jacobs punched in seven touchdowns this season for the New York Giants.
Antrel Rolle had an absolutely unbelievable season for the New York Giants this season.
Rolle racked up an incredible 96 tackles at safety this season while picking off two passes.
BenJarvus Green-Ellis had himself a game against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship as he scored New England's first touchdown of the game while running for a game-high 68 yards.
Green-Ellis isn't the greatest running back but he's pretty damn reliable—In fact, he has yet to fumble in his entire NFL career.
Brandon Spikes is an up-and-coming star for the New England Patriots as he's coming off of a stellar five tackle game with an interception against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship.
Spikes is simply a monster at linebacker for New England.
Ahmad Bradshaw certainly did not have the greatest season for the New York Giants in 2011, in fact is was a down-year for the Marshall product.
However, Bradshaw is a very danger and lethal running back that has to be accounted for. Bradshaw will enter Super Bowl XLVI with a career average of 4.6 yards per-carry average.
Justin Tuck may have only recorded 37 tackles in 2011 while playing in just 12 games—but he is someone that needs to be accounted for.
Tuck is just a dangerous pass rusher and a solid run-stopper for the New York Giants.
Many believe that Aaron Hernandez should have been named to the Pro Bowl this season—he was not, but I firmly believe that he should have been.
Hernandez is New England's other tight end opposite of Rob Gronkowski and has had a stellar season for the Patriots. Hernandez caught 79 passes for 910 yards and seven touchdowns this season.
Hernandez is not only a tight end, but he is often used as a running back in New England's offense.
Brian Waters is a six-time Pro Bowler and a two-time All Pro—he's one of the greatest offensive guards of the recent decade.
Waters has spent his entire career with the Kansas City Chiefs until this season. Now with the New England Patriots, he'll have a shot at his first ever Super Bowl.
No. 99 Chris Canty is nothing but a monster for the New York Giants.
In 16 games this season, the Virginia product compiled 47 tackles and four sacks as apart of New York's defensive line.
Michael Boley is an absolute machine for the New York Giants.
In just 14 games this season, New York's starting linebacker accumulated 93 tackles and one sack.
New England's defensive captain and starting linebacker Jerod Mayo is a tackling machine.
In just 14 games this season, Mayo tallied up 95 total sacks and most recent accumulated five sacks in the AFC Championship against the Baltimore Ravens.
Victor Cruz went undrafted out of UMass—and that was a huge mistake.
Cruz has emerged as one of the NFL's mot lethal wide receivers in 2011 as he snagged 82 passes for a whopping 1,536 yards for the New York Giants while scoring nine touchdowns.
Tom Brady's blind-side protector has done a phenomenal job this season for the New England Patriots, as he's been apart of a group that's allowed only 32 sacks this season—which is the ninth fewest.
In the AFC Championship against the Baltimore Ravens, Light was incredible as he did not allow a single sack.
Chris Snee has been named All Pro three times in his NFL career—that's how good he is.
Snee is one hell of an offensive guard for the New York Giants.
Linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka is nothing short of being a play-maker for the New York Giants.
Kiwanuka accumulated 84 tackles and 3.5 sacks this season for the Giants as he helped lead his defense to a Super Bowl appearance.
New England's starting left guard Logan Mankins is simply a mauler—he will absolutely demolish any defender that stands in his way.
Mankins is balanced in both run blocking and pass protection, as he protects Tom Brady's blind-side.
Vince Wilfork is arguably the NFL's top nose tackle—he's that dominant.
Wilfork may not rack up the stats and come up with the flashy sacks, but he is a run-stopper that demands a double-team on every single play.
Jason Pierre-Paul had himself one hell of a 2011 season for the New York Giants as he was named to the 2012 Pro Bowl roster.
Pierre-Paul is a sack machine as he's tallied up 16.5 sacks this season for the Giants.
Hakeem Nicks is a gamer and he is simply an underrated wide receiver—but I believe he's one of the best that the NFL has to offer.
Nicks caught 76 passes in 15 games this season for the New York Giants while compiling 1,192 yards receiving and snagging seven touchdowns.
Wes Welker is an elite wide receiver and there's no doubt that he's the NFL's top slot receiver.
Welker caught a league-high 122 passes in 2011 while compling 1,569 yards and scoring nine touchdowns.
Welker is Tom Brady's go-to-man.
No one is quite playing like Rob Gronkowski—he is the NFL's top tight end.
Gronkowski set an NFL record this season as he reeled in 17 touchdowns, which is the most ever by a tight end
In New England's 23-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens, Gronk snagged five passes for a team-high 87 yards.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning proved to the NFL that he is an elite quarterback this season.
Manning threw for a whopping 4,933 yards while tossing 29 touchdowns and finishing with a 92.9 quarterback rating.
Manning and his Giants will be playing in his second Super Bowl in just four seasons.
Tom Brady is not only the greatest player in Super Bowl XLVI—he is the greatest player in NFL history.
TB12 is the best ever.
Brady will now be playing in his fifth Super Bowl with the chance of winning his fourth Super Bowl—which would tie Terry Bradshawn and Joe Montana with the most Super Bowl wins ever.
Brady is coming off of a stellar 2011 season as he finished with a 105.6 quarterback rating while compiling 5,235 yards, throwing 39 touchdowns compared to 12 interceptions and completing 65.6 percent of his passes.
There is no one that is playing at the same level as Tom Brady is right now.