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Peter Schrager looks at the Super Bowl XLVII storylines.
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Welcome to Super Bowl story lines front to back towards like that game's most refreshing -- I'm -- Arrington and I'm joined now by fox sports back comment about contributor Peter Schrager. Up here -- stuff art vol ball Jen vs John. Let me ask you how similar are these two Brothers as coaches. Yeah as men that are actually very different the way they carry themselves John -- soft spoken jam an ex NFL quarterback pretty fiery. He's upbeat and really in your face kinda got a different demeanor and as coaches. They both have something that a lot of coaches don't. And that is not and his courage you look at what they've got did in mid season it's through the boldest coaching decisions we have seen. In recent years Jim harsh Alex Smith a former number one overall pick who took -- all the way to the NFC championship game a season ago. He's healthy he's got to go coming off this concussion. Jim Harbaugh -- -- and ride the hot and goes to Colin cabinet a bold decision in a lot of coaches would not have the confidence to make so. They are right now on the other and you've got John Harbaugh shot Cam Cameron not only the offensive coordinator but his long time good friend. The off this kind of sputter around not having the greatest season what's he do before week fourteen. He lets him go she's the most Jim Caldwell who has never called plays. For an NFL team boards as you're the new offensive coordinator it's been magic the offense has been sizzling two of the boldest coaching decisions we've ever seen mid season. Both made by these Brothers. -- the where it's gotten him really tough on them for the next two weeks ad nauseam but when suitable. And Pete who thought our quarterbacks -- be out of Delaware and the University of Nevada. Well that's matchup have scouts looking closer at smaller schools. We'll -- I think scouts are already looking everywhere for the next quarterback prospect whether it's a big school small school. Under a rock on Mars wherever you can throw the ball you got the size and ability to play in the NFL scouts will find you but this is a pretty interesting. Matchup because you have University of Nevada Reno. Which ran the pistol then you've got Joseph Flacco who is backing up Tyler I'll go. At Pitt and transferred it goes the Delaware. With two very small schools in the grand college football scheme. But I went through the books 1999. Kurt Warner in the -- -- Steve McNair and the tight ends. We had northern Iowa vs Al corn stated that there is nothing new we've had smaller schools before. I'm just curious to see what the next wave of quarterback is because when you've got a guy like -- on -- what he's doing. You might not be seeing the standard drop back quarterbacks are very much longer they're going to be looking for all over for talent and -- militant -- quarterbacks a lot of different ways. Peter you call the Ravens whenever the Patriots -- talents night celebrated Sunday night. You -- great celebration story but it goes back to week sixteen. Ravens blow out the Giants and I think in my column that week. This -- either FC champion I was -- in the Ravens all the way. The Colts as an easy win no problem their own ticket is going to Denver -- they are going to be Peyton Manning and the Broncos this past weekend. Almost double digit underdogs to the Ravens -- -- went to what I do. Yeah shuttle back to Providence got all around at 2 AM to the hotel. Parents signing autographs. Kissing babies shaking hands doing what any good citizen. Who has made a lot of people a lot of money over the last couple weeks with exactly they would do -- that's what I did but again actually -- -- mean that with me but talent. Ravens -- the team of destiny that's on around Christmas time I've been saying all along rod that. Thank you Pete for the insight that's an adept at these Super Bowl story lines about -- backwards like. Game's most refreshing the air for Peter Schrager I'm telling -- and -- next time.