Super Bowl XLVIII bring together the NFL’s two best teams in the one city equipped to host it without disruptions. Even the Super Bowl weather is cooperating. Where’s the fun in that.? Well, it might actually be fantastic.
It is only the second time in 20 years that the two No. 1 seeds are set to collide in the Super Bowl. The matchup also features the league’s best offense versus the league’s best defense – something that has happened only six times in Super Bowl history.
The final eight teams remaining in the NFL playoffs square off in four games this weekend. Saturday, the Seattle Seahawks play the New Orleans Saints and New England faces Indianapolis. On Sunday, San Francisco plays Carolina and Denver takes on San Diego.