Can anyone say this wouldn't be one of the most entertaining Superbowl's in recent memory?
Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles have finally shed the "dream team" persona to the media but that doesn't mean the ideology doesn't live on through the minds of the players.
The Eagles had their early season collapse (yes, a four game losing streak is a devastating collapse) but they're coming off a good win vs. Washington, a rested bye week and it seems the winning dream is becoming less cloudy.
"If you don’t get that time in, and the time is condensed, you’re just trying to play catch-up. We had games, you had to play on the fly . . . It’s no excuse. I think right now we’re starting to gel, we’re getting it together." said Vick.
The Baltimore Ravens are now 4-1 and a top of the AFC North. Their defense led by 16-year veteran Ray Lewis is back to it's dominant form of the early 2000's and is ranked first in the NFL.
With both teams just finishing up their bye weeks, it's perfect time to speculate; what are the chances we could see a Eagles vs. Ravens Superbowl?
Let's take a look at why and why not this is a plausible Superbowl match-up for the 2011-2012 NFL season.