We're less than a week away from Super Bowl XLVIII, and in the buildup to the big game, there will be a ton of stories about what each team does well.
For Denver, the offense is the story. Quarterback Peyton Manning serves as the maestro of the Broncos' offensive symphony, as he tossed an NFL-record 55 touchdown passes and led the unit to an NFL-record 606 points.
For the Seattle Seahawks, it's all about the defense and the ballyhooed "Legion of Boom" secondary. The team finished with the top-ranked defense in the league.
There's no doubt that the Broncos and Seahawks were the two best teams in football all season, and there's a reason why both are in the Super Bowl. But that doesn't mean that both teams are without weak links.
In this piece, I spotlight the weakest links for both teams and discuss why they could be a factor come Super Bowl XLVIII.