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Brian Billick previews the Super Bowl between the Giants and the Patriots.
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Super Bowl 46 -- I kind of match -- of legendary franchises the New England Patriots. And the New York Giants now when you look at this match -- across the board. I don't know where you look to find the advantage you've got two teams that are familiar with Super Bowl surroundings. Two Super Bowl winning head coaches two quarterbacks that are former MVPs of this game so where we find the different. For me it's gonna come down to the defense is and they both point towards. The New York Giants I think the ability of the New York Giants to put a rush on Tom Brady with just their four down linemen is gonna prove to make a major difference. Obviously New England can spread out that New York's secondary. But the fact that they don't have to pressure with that fifth and sixth man like we saw the Baltimore Ravens and what they did they were vulnerable to that pressure. Tom Brady was second best in the National Football League against pressure so if you have to do with more than just Forman rushed. They're gonna find a way to get the ball to -- Talbot tied in to Wes Welker or somebody on the outside. The fact that New York can get after him with that -- Russia -- gonna make huge difference. On the flip side when I see the match up with a New York Giants and what they can do in terms of the receivers. Whether it's -- whether it's Manningham whether it's a key net. Against that second period New England Patriots that right now has Julian Edelman a wide receiver from the offensive side that is playing -- their nickel slot. I can't believe that new York and Eli Manning aren't going to be able to challenge that secondary. Of the New England Patriots and make them pay the fact that were indoors obviously the turf. Tom Brady's eleven that is what -- not a factor he can spread you out. Coming off that turf and certainly word noises not a factor it's kind of a neutral crowd. When you playing as Super Bowl so they're gonna be obligated jump on those offensive linemen I -- for New England time after time they went one on one. With Terrel Suggs off the -- that didn't account for him on the back side. And they did it very successfully but that's different with just one guy when you're gonna have to do it now whether it's top. Human Europe. Pierre Paul -- got so many people they can throw that you are really think it's going to be advantage I think we're gonna seeded New York Giants. Like a repeat of the 2008 Super Bowl the New York Giants coming away with the Super Bowl win.