The Super Bowl is just around the corner, and one of the two teams playing in it will be either the New England Patriots or the Indianapolis Colts. The two NFL teams face off against each other first in the AFC Championship game, meaning that either veteran quarterback Tom Brady will get one more shot at a title, or rising QB Andrew Luck will get his first Super Bowl experience. Here’s a preview:
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots saw their season start poorly, first with a blowout loss on opening day to the Dolphins, and then a loss to the Chiefs so poor that there was talk of Brady being benched. But the offseason’s free agent moves ultimately clicked, Brady put together one of his better seasons in some time, and now the Pats are one game away from the Super Bowl. Still, the team has vulnerabilities which Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts will look to exploit. The Colts have looked strong in their first two playoff games, and appear to be clicking at just the right time, but they do have their own vulnerability at the running back position.
The New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts face off in the AFC Championship game this Sunday, and then the Super Bowl will take place two weeks later.