While all the attention will be on them, other players will be making plays and contributing to their teams success or demise.
Let's not forget about some other less hailed players who will potentially be game changers in Super Bowl XLVI.
Although they aren't necessarily the "sexy" picks that most people will lable as the game changers, they all have the potential to make some big plays.
From a kicker, to an over-shadowed WR, to the team's interception leader, here are five players to watch out for in Indianapolis.
Patriots' kicker Stephen Gostkowski is probably going to have his work cut out for him.
The Patriots are going to face one of the top defenses in the league, and if they have issues getting the ball into the endzone, look for Gostkowski to be the go-to guy.
It's no secret that the Patriot's secondary isn't something to boast about.
They'll spend most of their time trying to cover Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks.
Enter Mario Manningham.
With a spectular play against the 49ers, resulting in a TD, he's proved that he's a dependable option when Cruz and Nicks can't get open.
Deion Branch has been a consistent player all year, but he's been shadowed by the Wes Welker and Rob Gronkowski duo.
With Gronkowski recovering from his high-ankle sprain, look for Branch to see more targets as Tom Brady tries not to rely too heavily on Gronk.
Corey Webster has been a force to be reckoned with on this already stout Giants D.
He leads the team in interceptions with six, and he has over 50 tackles on the season.
Tom Brady needs to avoid throwing it Webster's way at all costs.
With over 75 tackles on the season, Arrington also leads the Pat's defense with seven interceptions.
Look for him to be all over Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz, forcing Eli Manning to make some risky throws if he wants to hit his star receivers.