Super Bowl XILV, which is now only a few days away, will feature one of the most intriguing match-ups this decade in the Indianapolis Colts and the New Orleans Saints.
Both teams were undefeated heading in to Week 15, but unfortunately, the Saints lost to the Dallas Cowboys, and one week later, the Colts lost to the New York Jets.
Although both teams finished with losses, they both held homefield advantage throughout the playoffs.
The Saints first demolished Kurt Warner and the Arizona Cardinals. Then, they faced Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings. The Saints made Favre uncomfortable, and he threw a bad pass in the waning minutes to give the Saints the ball for good.
The Colts started off their journey to the Super Bowl by facing a tough Baltimore defense, but they had no trouble throwing the ball around. Then, they faced the surprise of the AFC in the New York Jets, but the Colts were not going to lose to the Jets this time.
Two of the best offenses this season in the NFL are prepared to face off on Sunday. Who has the edge? This slideshow will break down the match-ups and tell the fans who holds the edge in each category.