Yesterday, NFL commish Roger Goodell discussed the league's contingency plan should the Giants and Jets advance to their respective conference title games as hosts. The first-place teams share Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
Speaking on New York's WFAN radio, Goodell revealed the NFL's solution: One game would be played Sunday night and the other would be played Monday night. With Big Blue and Gang Green atop their respective divisions, Gotham has been agog throughout the week about the suddenly realistic prospect of a Subway Super Bowl.
But that's not the only tantalizing Super Bowl matchup within the realm of possibility. SI.com's Lee Jenkins thinks a matchup between Peyton and Eli Manning could flesh out, thanks to Indy's second-half resurgence.
If Tony Romo can get the Cowboys going, a clash between Dallas and Pittsburgh -- a rematch of Super Bowls X, XIII and XXX -- could prove intriguing. And just because the Patriots have three Lombardi Trophies since 2001, don't think New England fans wouldn't love a shot at revenge against Chicago for their January 1986 humiliation.
With just five weeks remaining in the regular season, what Super Bowl matchup are you rooting for? Would you be more or less inclined to watch a Jets-Giants title game? How about the Peyton-Eli showdown?
LEAGUE HAS PLAN FOR JETS, GIANTS HOME TITLE GAMES [ProFootballTalk.com]
Oh, brother: An all-Manning Super Bowl possible with Indy resurgence [SI.com]