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Super Bowl XLVI will be an American football game between the American Football Conference (AFC) champion New England Patriots and the National Football Conference (NFC) champion New York Giants to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion for the 2011 season.

Watch Super Bowl 2012 online.

Watch SuperBowl online. It will be the 42nd annual championship game of the modern-era NFL and is scheduled to be played Sunday, February 5, 2012, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Kickoff time is scheduled for approximately 6:30 p.m. EST.

Watch 2012 Super Bowl online. This will be the first Super Bowl to be played in Indianapolis, and the first time in the history of the game it will be played in consecutive years in a retractable roof stadium.

Monday of Super Bowl Week is upon us and I’m not sure yet if I’m going to go through with my boycott or not. I know for certain that it’s a near-impossible game to watch as a Jets fan. Super Bowl 42, the Giants’ monumental upset of the then-undefeated Patriots was a bit easier to stomach for Jets fans. I don’t recall many Jets fans, if any at all, rooting for the Patriots to cap off the first unbeaten season since the ‘72 Dolphins, especially since Eric Mangini selling out his former boss in the Spygate scandal sent the Pats on the destroy-everything-in-its-path streak that brought them to the precipice of 19-0. If it took our city-rival Giants to knock them off? So be it, I guess.

Quick aside: I may have been one of the only Jets fans who wasn’t exactly enamored with the fact that the Giants won that game. Here was my rationale: by about Week 14 or so when the Patriots were steamrolling the NFL, I had kind of made up my mind that the Pats were going undefeated and winning the Super Bowl. I had plenty of time to digest it so that when it happened, it wouldn’t have really mattered all that much. And then when Plaxico Burress caught that pass in the end zone, I thought to myself “Now I have to hear about this from Giants fans the rest of my life.” Couldn’t it have been the Seattle Seahawks or someone to beat the Pats? So there’s that. But I suppose it still would have been worse had the Pats went 19-0. I guess. (As you can see, I’m a fairly tormented Jet fan).

But this year isn’t as clear cut. After the Giants won that Super Bowl, it kind of became a Jet town. I know, I know, the Giants WILL ALWAYS OWN NEW YORK YOU STUPID JET FAN. But, the Jets signed Brett Favre for one weird season (they were Super Bowl faves at 8-3, then collapsed) and the Giants lost in their first playoff game after a great regular season. Then the Jets hired Rex Ryan, drafted Mark Sanchez and made two straight AFC Title games while Big Blue missed the playoffs. And while the Jets have no one to blame but themselves for this most recent debacle of a season, everything was made ten times worse by the Giants making the Super Bowl. Not only have the Giants made it again, their run started by essentially ending the Jets’ season in Week 16. Victor Cruz’s 99-yard touchdown reception sent the Jets one way and the Giants the other. The Giants’ two Super Bowl appearances basically takes everything a Jets fan could hang their hat on these past few seasons and obliterates it.

If there’s going to be one area of Super Bowl XLVI that determines the outcome of the game, it will be which pass-rush rises to the occasion.

Both Tom Brady and Eli Manning are excellent at picking defenses apart, and each have hadoutstanding pass protection all season long as well. That being said, let’s break down each defense’s pass-rush and how they can get constant pressure.

The key here is getting to Tom Brady up the middle and from the side of rookie tackle Nate Solder. Blindside left tackle Matt Light is arguably the best in the game, so not much success will come from Brady’s backside.

Therefore, when knowing it’s a pass and a blitz is called, sending defenders right at Solder will then force the running backs to slide out and help. After allFind Article, why not try to exploit and get the rookie flustered early on?

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