There's no shortage of compelling storylines in the NFL this weekend.
Unless you've been living under a rock with no access to ESPN, you're surely aware that Tim Tebow and Tom Brady are playing in New England. That would be enough to have everyone's hearts fluttering, but when you throw in former Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels, the man who brought Tebow to Denver, getting hired by the Patriots to assist them this week you get an even bigger bump in the interest meter.
The Packers and Giants are playing a rematch of their entertaining regular season game while also causing some to think back to the NFC Championship Game in 2008 even though Brett Favre played that game and, at last check, he's still blessedly retired without access to a cell phone camera. Aaron Rodgers is the NFL MVP, the Giants are one of the hottest teams in football and that makes for a pretty heady soup.
And Joe Flacco just wants to be loved. Is that so wrong?
Where does that leave the Saints and the 49ers? Wel...