The Super Bowl showdown between the Seahawks and Broncos is a study in contrasts.
One boasts a historic precision offense that shredded the NFL and re-wrote the record books in the process.
The other features a ferocious defense that imposes its will and sets the tone.
So who wins?
"Denver wins if Peyton Manning is off-the-charts good and he’ll need to be," says Albert Breer.
Will that happen, though?
"I would be stunned if Manning had three touchdowns and no picks," said Kirk Minihane. "I wouldn’t be surprised at all if he had no touchdowns and three picks."
The prevailing wisdom has always been 'good defenses beat good offenses' in the postseason. The Arbella Early Edition crew buys into that school of thought.
"I think Seattle could end up running away with it," said Breer.
"They can take this game, drag it into a dark alley and turn it into a street fight."
But as we all know, Super Bowls aren't played in dark alleys.