The AFC will have a future Hall of Famer in the Super bowl this year, the big questions which one will be calling the signals on February 5th in Houston?

One thing I know about the sometimes-wacky world of sports, the team with the best stats doesn’t always win, and when you put the 11-5 Pittsburgh Steelers, against the 14-2 New England Patriots, you can toss their records in the trash.

Tom Brady is arguably the best Quarterback in history, he has been to 6 super bowls and only lost twice, both to the New York Giants. (sorry I had to put that in)

Tom Terrific has passed for 61,582 yards, thrown 456 touchdowns and completed 63.8% of his passes, his career rating is 97.2%

Ben Roethlisberger is a giant of a quarterback with skills and accomplishments that will put him in Canton someday, he has two Super Bowl rings and holds the current record for the lowest passer rating by a winning Quarterback with 22.6

Big Ben has passed for 46,814 yards, threw 304 touchdowns and completed 64% of his passes, his career rating is 94.1%.

If you're a sports fan this is one of those historical moments with two of the very best from our era.

The Patriots are 5.5 point favorites at the time of this blog, but those odds will make no difference come game time.

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will host Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sunday at 6:40pm.

Good Luck Fans!