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Duel in the Desert
Super Bowl XLIX matches each conference's top seed for the second consecutive year as the defending champion Seahawks represent the NFC in going up against the AFC champion Patriots on February 1 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. This will be New England’s eighth Super Bowl appearance (3-4) while Seattle is in its third title game (1-1).
Dynamic partnership: Bill Belichick with Tom Brady as his quarterback has a record of 180-55. Without Brady he is 52-63. The quarterbacks other than Brady that Belichick has had start in New England and Cleveland? Matt Cassel, Drew Bledsoe, Vinny Testaverde, Bernie Kosar, Mike Tomczak, Todd Philcox, Eric Zeier, and Mark Rypien.
Here I come, Joe: Tom Brady has seven postseason games with three or more TD passes, second most in NFL postseason history. He trails only Joe Montana, who had nine postseason games with three or more TD passes.
Thanks for the gig: Bill Belichick becomes only the third coach to go up against his predecessor in the Super Bowl. Pete Carroll had the Patriots job before Belichick. In Super Bowl XXXVII, Tampa Bay's Jon Gruden faced Oakland's Bill Callahan, Gruden's former assistant with the Raiders. And in Super Bowl III, the Jets' Weeb Ewbank faced his former team Baltimore and Don Shula.
Winner vs. Winners: Russell Wilson is 10-0 career vs. Super Bowl winning quarterbacks (3-0 vs. Aaron Rodgers; 2-0 vs. Eli Manning; 2-0 vs. Peyton Manning; 2-0 vs. Drew Brees; 1-0 vs. Tom Brady). He'll try to make it 11-0 as the Seahawks go against Brady and the Patriots in Glendale.
Riding High: Seattle entered the playoffs with a six-game winning streak. The last team to win the Super Bowl with a winning streak of five games or more going into the playoffs was the 2003 Patriots, who were riding a 12-game streak heading into the postseason.
All About The D: Seahawks once again head into the Super Bowl with the league's best defense. It was ranked first in points per game (15.9), first in yards per game (267.1), third in rushing yards per game (81.5) and first in passing yards per game (185.6).