Saints may seem like team of destiny, but Colts have edge


NFL.com’s Vic Carucci (Colts) and Steve Wyche (Saints) provide a Super Bowl XLIV position-by-position breakdown

Drew Brees

This is Drew Brees‘ moment. He has to try hard not to feel that he must be perfect and he has to remain poised. Brees isn’t going to have many opportunities to hit the big play. He will have to extend plays with his legs and regain the accuracy that slipped him in the second half of the NFC title game.

Peyton Manning

Amazingly, Peyton Manning has taken his game to a higher level in the postseason. He overcame a mammoth challenge by solving the New York Jets‘ complicated blitzing in the AFC Championship Game. He faces another difficult task vs. Gregg Williams’ aggressive Saints defense, but there’s no reason to doubt Manning’s ability to rise to the occasion.

The edge goes to Peyton.

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One Response to “Saints may seem like team of destiny, but Colts have edge”

  1. I am so excited I wait until Sunday’s Super Bowl!