Super Bowl XLV is carved out and ready to roll, as the Green Bay Packers knocked off the Chicago Bears on Sunday afternoon to earn a date with the AFC-champion Pittsburgh Steelers.
In two weeks, Dallas will be treated to a show.
Two of the league's most renowned franchises will butt heads in a warm environment that is sure to place both Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger on center stage.
With both teams traveling well, crowd numbers aren't a factor.
That being said, picking the winner of these two stealthy franchises is a hard task in its own right.
So why should you favor the Packers to take home their fourth Super Bowl ring?
If there's one thing Green Bay proved in Chicago, it's that the Packers can win without their star quarterback.
Rodgers threw two interceptions against the Bears and was remarkably flat in the second half, allowing the Bears a slight fightback without the injured Jay Cutler.
That shouldn't stop the Packers on Feb. 6, mind you.
Mike McCarthy's team has a barrage of weapons to rely on, so here are 10 factors that could spell a green-and-gold shower in Dallas.