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How They Could Meet
The Super Bowl
The Broncos would have absolutely no trouble scoring 60 points against the Packers. That's how good Denver's offense is and how poor the defense is for Green Bay.
While the Packers have the ability to put points on the board, their offense isn't nearly efficient enough to keep up with what Denver has done this season.
New England Patriots
This would actually be a pretty even Super Bowl matchup.
While the Patriots have more talent on the defensive side of the ball, there have been games where they've been as bad as any defense in the league. If there is one thing that would be certain in this matchup, it'd be that this game would come down to the wire.
Few teams have been in more close games than the Patriots and Packers this season.
These two teams met earlier in the season, with the Bengals coming out on top. However, it was a close game and the Packers were without running back Eddie Lacy.
With Lacy on the field, the Packers have the offensive firepower to have the advantage over the Bengals defense. The big key for Green Bay would be in stopping wide receiver A.J. Green. If the Packers could slow him down again, they'd have a good shot at winning.
How great would it be to see quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers and Andrew Luck go head to head in the Super Bowl? Both quarterbacks are so similar in their overall skill set that it'd be exciting to watch them play each other in the most important game of the year.
The reason why the Packers would ultimately have the edge in this matchup is because of the talent surrounding Rodgers. The Colts don't have the weapons that Green Bay has on either side of the ball to pull out a victory in this potential showdown.
Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs would have two huge advantages over Green Bay in their potential matchup.
For starters, Kansas City has one of the most dynamic running backs in the league. If the Packers can't stop the Bears' Matt Forte, how would they slow down the likes of Jamaal Charles?
Secondly, the Chiefs defense is talented and knows how to make plays. The secondary would take away the passing attack of the Packers, which would ultimately turn into a victory for Kansas City.
San Diego Chargers
While it's hard to even imagine the Chargers making it to the Super Bowl, the same could be said about the Packers.
If these two teams do meet, the advantage would have to go to the Packers because neither team has a great defense and Rodgers is a much better quarterback than Philip Rivers.