The tale of the tape gives the edge to the Saints' Darren Sharper over the Colts' Antoine Bethea.
The Tale of the Tape gives the edge to the Colts' Dallas Clark over the Saints' Jeremy Shockey.
The tale of the tape gives the edge to the Colts' Reggie Wayne over the Saints' Marques Colston.
The tale of the tape gives the edge to the Colts' Peyton Manning over the Saints' Drew Brees.
The Cardinals' coaching staff gets a slight edge over the Steelers'.
The tale of the tape gives Darnell Dockett the edge over Casey Hampton.
The tale of the tape gives the edge to Troy Polamalu over Adrian Wilson.
The tale of the tape gives Kurt Warner the edge over Ben Roethlisberger.
Steelers NT Casey Hampton will have a very limited role in the Super Bowl, according to Scouts Inc.
The tale of the tape gives the Cardinals' starting receivers a slight edge.
If you like watching defenses pressure and hit the QB, Super Bowl XLII features the top two teams in the league at sacking the QB, and Scouts Inc. breaks down just how they do it.
They are responsible for the game plan, the play calling and the adjustments made during the game. Scouts Inc.'s Jeremy Green and Gary Horton examine the philosophies and styles of the coaches and coordinators in Super Bowl XLII.
The Giants' running game is one of the league's best, but surprisingly, New England's is dangerous too. How they fare in Super Bowl XLII may be the key to the outcome.
They are the players who sometimes fly under the radar, but don't be suprised if they have a big impact on Super Bowl XLII.
Every matchup is important, but the winners of these matchups will likely determine the winner of Super Bowl XLII.
Sure, Tom Brady will have the advantage going head-to-head against any QB, but don't count out Eli Manning in Super Bowl XLII.