By Brian Billick
This Super Bowl has a fresh look and feel about it. No Steelers, no Patriots, no Giants, no Packers. There hasnt been a game matching two quarterbacks both playing in their first Super Bowl since the 2007 event between the Colts and the Bears.
Someone is going to emerge from Sundays game with the label of a championship quarterback. One of the things that we learn in the NFL is that championship quarterbacks dont often come on the scene gradually, winning one more playoff game each season and then scaling the peak when theyre most expected to. No, championship quarterbacks present themselves when the matter is still in doubt, either by stepping up well before people are ready to anoint them or rising to the top when people are still arguing over their relative merits.
So it will be this year. Either the 49ers will win and Colin Kaepernick will be treated as the second coming of Tom Brady a young quarterback who wins it all without even a full seaso...