We are now less than 24 hours away from the biggest evening in American sports, as the 2012 Super Bowl is among us. This year, two very worthy opponents will faceoff in a rematch of Super Bowl XLII, with two quarterbacks looking to build on different legacies.
For the New York Giants [+3], winning their second ring in four years would certainly do a lot for Eli Manning and his legacy in this league. A second Vince Lombardi trophy would actually put Eli ahead of his brother Peyton, who has had two Super Bowl appearances but only one victory in the Big Game.
Ever since coming into the league as a young man, Eli has had to live up to all the accomplishments of not his brother, but the family name as well. Often criticized for lacking personality and passion on he field, no one can really question this kid’s desire to win, despite his lack of emotions. The question then becomes: would Eli be consider greater than his older brother should he win his second Super Bowl title at the house Peyton built, Lucas Oil Stadium?
For the betting favorite New England Patriots [-3] and Tom Brady, a win Sunday night would solidify and immortalize a career that sure to go down in the history books as one of, if not the best. A fourth Super Bowl win would place Brady in class that only includes Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana.
Many people already believe that Brady is one of the top three best quarterbacks this league has ever seen. A victory over the Giants would not only give Brady revenge for the 2008 loss, but it would also secure his name being mentioned among the top three best signal-callers ever.
But in order to do so, Brady is going to have to deal with the Giants pass rush. Given that there’s no secret what the G-men will try to do to Brady, is going to be interesting what kind of plays Bill Belichick and his coaching staff came up with to avoid their QB from failing under pressure.
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