The Pittsburgh Steelers and New Orleans Saints will meet up for Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.
Is this statement fact or fiction?
The Steelers (5-2) made it to Super Bowl XLV (2011) only to lose 31-26 to the Green Bay Packers. They're making a case to get back next year, however. Pittsburgh currently leads the AFC North Division and are coming off a big three-game winning streak.
Pittsburgh gets strong quarterback play from Ben Roethlisberger (veteran of two Super Bowls) and boasts a solid defense. However, a suspect offensive line is a cause for concern.
The Saints (5-2) lost in the first round of last season's playoffs to the Seattle Seahawks, but they did win Super Bowl XLIV 31-17 over the Indianapolis Colts (2010).
New Orleans is currently on top of the NFC South Division, and retains that potent offense, which has made a few necessary tweaks since last season's inglorious finish.
Both team's strengths and weaknesses will be analyzed in the following slides.