From Bleacher Report. Check out the entire piece on this link.
Does it get any better than this?
The NFL’s final four of 2013 features teams that have all won at least 12 regular-season games.
That means for the first time since the 13-3 New Orleans Saints captured Super Bowl XLIV following the 2009 season that the NFL champion will have won more than 10 games.
In 2010, the 10-6 Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl XLV. That was followed by the 9-7 New York Giants in 2011 (XLVI) and last season’s 10-6 Baltimore Ravens, winners of Super Bowl XLVII.
So it’s a prestigious foursome, with a combined 50-14 record, that is looking to punch its ticket to MetLife Stadium on February 2. Here we will take a look at each club’s key to a victory this Sunday. All win-loss records include playoffs.
Let the games begin.