This NFL season has definitely been one for the books. Only half way through, we’ve seen amazing plays, tough player match-ups and unexpected wins. This season, five teams remain undefeated going into Week 8, but only two will battle each other to keep the title: The Denver Broncos and the Green Bay Packers.


On Sunday night, Aaron Rodgers and Peyton Manning will duke it out in a game that will essentially will determine which team’s season will be tainted with at least one loss.

One thing that Fox Sports’s, Dave Heller, mentioned would be a deciding factor in the outcome for the game would be Manning’s arm. Normally, we watch in awe as Manning completes long-yard passes and brings his team to amazing victories. While the team remains undefeated, Manning has thrown ten interceptions this season with at least one in every game.

Both teams are coming off of a bye-week which should make the game that much more interesting. Both the Packers and the Broncos should be well-rested and fresh faced for the game, but we’ve seen wilder things happen.

At the end of the day, the final score will depend on which team shows up to fight. Neither of the two team leaders are ever really under much scrutiny or criticisms, but after Sunday night, at least one will feel the heat.

The Broncos will have home field advantage against the Packers tomorrow night at 8:30 P.M. on NBC.