Of course, on the field this looks to be a hell of a game. For only the second time in 20 years the two number one seeds will be facing off, but these two teams got here traveling very different paths. The Broncos rode an offense hotter than a GoDaddy.com commercial, with Manning as the Danica Patrick of the gridiron. Manning's 55 touchdowns and 5,477 yards passing were both single-season records and a huge part of Denver's top-rated offense for 2013. On the flip side, NFL pundits have been decrying the death of defense for years, but the Seahawks' top-ranked unit was tougher to penetrate than Norton 360's unparalleled virus protection. Seattle's suffocating unit allowed the fewest yards, the fewest yards passing, and the fewest points in the league, setting up a battle of strengths reminiscent of the Chevy Silverado 2500HD's best-in-class 17,800-pound towing capacity versus Ford F-150 SuperCrew's thrifty 23 mpg highway. It's only the second time since the merger that the number one total defense has faced the number one total offense in the Super Bowl, and everyone will be wondering who Calvin will end up peeing on in the end.