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The Number One Seeds Will Match Up, Colts v. Saints In XLIV

Remember in December when the Colts and Saints were undefeated?  They were talking about an 18-0 v. 18-0 Super Bowl.  Well, that didn't happen, but those two teams are meeting up.  The two teams that absolutely dominated the regular season are going to be playing for it all.  In the first time since 1993, the number one seeds are matching up.

Isn't it just great to hear that the Colts will be playing in the Super Bowl?  Finally the Colts didn't lose a heartbreaker.  Karma couldn't stop the Colts.  Swagger didn't slow them.  Momentum was a non-factor. 

This has the making to be one of the best Super Bowls ever.  Both of these teams erased stupid preconceived notions about the playoffs.  A) That running the ball is the best way to go.  The two best QBs in the game are going to be playing on Super Bowl Sunday.  The best running teams are going to be watching it at home.  B) Resting the starters will result in a loss.  That didn't happen.  Mark Brunell and Curtis Painter were the main QBs on the last Sunday of regular season football.  They hopefully won't see the field on Super Bowl Sunday.  It's going to be fun, but these next 14 days are going to be slow, so just enjoy the ride!