The Green Bay Packers are sneaky hot and will once again feature in the Super Bowl against an AFC defensive giant.
You can slide out the Steelers and replace them with their AFC doppelgangers in the Baltimore Ravens. This is the team that will finally find their way to the Super Bowl.
If that weren't enough, I like Joe Flacco to tear up the Patriots secondary.
Sure, that leaves out the possible miracle team Denver Broncos. There is no way they get past the Patriots' offensive juggernaut and then the Ravens' purple curtain.
This brings me to the Green Bay Packers. Lost amidst the Tim Tebow hoopla is the Packers, who are still the team to beat. This might not get much run in the media until they take on the NY Giants and destroy their fine season with a victory.
The Packers have a hard road to get back to another Super Bowl, but that doesn't mean they won't. The Giants' inconsistent defense worries me heading into a clash with one of the best most versatile offenses in football.
In any other season, we would be talking up the Packers at a nauseating rate. Instead, that Tebow guy has the Packers in the shadows.
It's about time they emerge as the best thing going in football. After just a few minutes of Rodgers, we will remember where the hype belongs.