Time to get your hate on.
We are now at that part of the post-Season where the contestants start to match the “official” title hype. There is no doubt that the two teams that emerge from the Conference Championships will advance to the Super Bowl (LIII I think) and represent the NFC and the AFC.
No underdogs today, the top rated teams from both Conferences will meet in the finals and I have definite preferences who co-incidentally also happen to be the top rated teams. I like them despite that.
The Aints are definitely better connected to their community, especially in the wake of Katrina. You constantly read stories (pushed out by NFL propaganda) of their noblesse oblige to the sections of New Orleans that are still devastated 14 years later.
The Scams on the other hand ditched Los Angeles in a temper tantrum over Stadium subsidies, carpet bagged to St. Louis to run their con there, found out that St. Louis is rightiously more into Baseball than Throwball, and in the face of declining revenue and empty seats crawled back on their hands and knees to exactly the same facility they had denounced as unworthy of their magnificence.
The Scams have a running game. That’s pretty much it. The Aints have a Drew Brees who, while not better than Aaron Rodgers, is arguably superior to that preening poppycock Brady and his cast of cheaters.
So my money is on the Aints though everyone expects it to be a close game.