The Super Bowl LI stage is all set in Houston. NFC Champions Atlanta Falcons will be going up against the AFC Champions, the New England Patriots. Both teams will have two weeks to prepare for the matchup and two weeks of events with media combined with their training and the preparation. The celebration from last night will be over pretty soon as there is still one more match left to play in the season for both squads.
On paper, the New England Patriots are looking like a bit better all-around football crew. They have a core of guys on the defense that have a great set of different skills and are able to execute whatever the game plan says that they need to. On offense, Brady is leading the charge with a group of players that are a bit smaller in when it comes to their physique but are as quick as anybody in the NFL. Two good backs that can catch out of the backfield and one power back that gets all those tough yards. Patriots are a well-run machine.
On offense, Brady is leading the charge with a group of players that are a bit smaller when it comes to their physique but are as quick as anybody in the NFL. Two good backs that can catch out of the backfield and one power back that gets all those tough yards. Patriots are a well-run machine.
When it comes to Atlanta, their high-octane offense is amazing and has gotten the job done in the past two months. Two running backs they have are deadly and can hurt you in so many different ways. They got big wideouts, with Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu, guys that can utilize any chance to jump and make a big play when the team needs it the most.
The secondary is still a bit shaky, but the defense is well led as the head coach Quinn was the defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks a couple of years ago.
Patriots will probably be entering this game as the favorites to win it all, but Falcons are not big underdogs in this one. They could also end up on top in this duel and finish the season in the best way possible. It’s going to be a great match, that is for sure.