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First look: Seven things to watch in Super Bowl XLIX

The Seattle Seahawks will head to Arizona in two weeks with a chance to become the NFL's first back-to-back Super Bowl champion since 2005. It's fitting the team standing in their way is the New England Patriots, who are the last franchise to repeat as Lombardi winners.

It's a classic old guard-new guard matchup with the stakes at their highest. Will the Seahawks edge toward dynasty status? Can Tom Brady win a fourth ring and solidify his GOAT credentials? Will Richard Sherman outshine Darrelle Revis? Can Marshawn Lynch find a way to escape Media Day? Here's our first look ahead:

1. What a great matchup this is. Bill Belichick and Brady squaring off against a historically great Seahawks defense. Michael Bennett bragged last week that the Seahawks have the No. 1 defense of their era. No one will deny that claim if Seattle goes back-to-back with wins over Brady and Peyton Manning.

2. Last February, Manning had his chance to solidify his argument as the best quarterback ever against the Seahawks and fell woefully short. Now Brady gets a golden opportunity in his record sixth Super Bowl appearance. On the flip side, Russell Wilson has conjured memories of a young Brady in his ability to find instant success at a young age. Like Brady, Wilson has always played like a quarterback wise beyond his years. Now the two passers collide.

3. The Seattle Seahawks didn't escape the Packers unscathed. Far from it. Cornerback Richard Sherman suffered an ugly elbow injury that left him playing with one arm in crunch time Sunday. Safety Earl Thomas missed snaps with what we learned later was a dislocated shoulder. Expect both superstars to suit up in two weeks -- Sherman has already promised his availability -- but you have to wonder how their injuries could limit them.

4. The Patriots' unending run with Belichick and Brady has placed the organization in rarefied air in the sport's history. The Patriots will make their eighth Super Bowl appearance on Feb. 1, which ties them with the Cowboys and Steelers for the most all-time. Urgency was never going to be a problem for the New England Patriots, but Belichick and Brady understand they won't have too many more opportunities like this.

5. You have to love this coaching matchup. Belichick is widely seen as peerless in his field, but the team of Pete Carroll, defensive coordinator Dan Quinn and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell -- in what will likely be their last game as a unit -- won't be embarrassed. Just think back to last year, when Carroll and company coached circles around an overmatched John Fox. It's a big reason why Fox loaded up his U-Haul for Chicago.

6. We get a healthy Rob Gronkowski for Super Bowl week. This is both fun and important. The All-Pro tight end played on a badly sprained ankle in his first trip to the Super Bowl in 2012. There are many Pats fans who will go to the grave believing there's no way they lose to the Giants a second time if not for the treacherous Bernard Pollard. Now Gronk's 100 percent and looming as a major X-factor against a banged-up Seattle secondary.

7. This will be the first time these teams play each other since Week 6 of the 2012 season. You may remember that as the "U Mad Bro?" game, a moment that launched Sherman into the greater national consciousness and surely infuriated Brady (even if he'll never admit it). Expect both players to be asked about their shared history in the relentless manner that's unique to Super Bowl week.

NFL Rank Fans Rank Name Position Team Watch
1 1 Peyton Manning QB Broncos  
3 2 Tom Brady QB Patriots  
7 3 Richard Sherman CB Seahawks  
14 4 Marshawn Lynch RB Seahawks  
5 5 LeSean McCoy RB Eagles  
20 6 Russell Wilson QB Seahawks  
15 7 Luke Kuechly LB Panthers  
27 8 Patrick Willis LB 49ers  
22 9 Patrick Peterson CB Cardinals  
2 10 Calvin Johnson WR Lions  
4 11 Adrian Peterson RB Vikings  
47 12 NaVorro Bowman LB 49ers  
6 13 Drew Brees QB Saints  
11 14 Aaron Rodgers QB Packers  
12 15 J.J. Watt DE Texans  
41 16 Rob Gronkowski TE Patriots  
51 17 Vernon Davis TE 49ers  
73 18 Wes Welker WR Broncos  
76 19 Von Miller OLB Broncos  
10 20 Jimmy Graham TE Saints  
17 21 Earl Thomas S Seahawks  
13 22 Robert Quinn DE Rams  
40 23 Ndamukong Suh DT Lions  
8 24 Jamaal Charles RB Chiefs  
91 25 Matt Forte RB Bears  
9 26 A.J. Green WR Bengals  
30 27 Andrew Luck QB Colts  
19 28 Robert Mathis OLB Colts  
38 30 Larry Fitzgerald WR Cardinals  
26 31 Terrell Suggs OLB Ravens  
70 32 Nick Foles QB Eagles  
34 33 Philip Rivers QB Chargers  
36 34 Brandon Marshall WR Bears  
24 35 Cam Newton QB Panthers  
49 36 Demaryius Thomas WR Broncos  
61 37 Troy Polamalu S Steelers  
65 38 Kam Chancellor S Seahawks  
25 40 Dez Bryant WR Cowboys  
43 41 Tamba Hali DE Chiefs  
77 42 Clay Matthews OLB Packers  
37 43 Darrelle Revis CB Patriots  
85 44 Reggie Bush RB Lions  
16 45 Josh Gordon WR Browns  
21 47 Andre Johnson WR Texans  
100 48 Matthew Stafford QB Lions  
29 49 Mario Williams DE Bills  
63 51 DeSean Jackson WR Redskins  
44 52 Vincent Jackson WR Buccaneers  
82 57 T.J. Ward S Broncos  
39 58 Joe Haden CB Browns  
54 60 Alshon Jeffery WR Bears  
79 61 Aqib Talib CB Broncos  
56 63 DeMarcus Ware DE Broncos  
33 64 Aldon Smith OLB 49ers  
46 65 Frank Gore RB 49ers  
83 66 Jordy Nelson WR Packers  
68 67 Jared Allen DE Bears  
80 69 Pierre Garcon WR Redskins  
90 70 Eddie Lacy RB Packers  
81 71 Colin Kaepernick QB 49ers  
50 73 Eric Berry S Chiefs  
53 75 Greg Hardy DE Panthers  
74 76 Tim Jennings CB Bears  
69 78 Justin Smith DT 49ers  
52 79 Vontaze Burfict LB Bengals  
98 80 Jason Witten TE Cowboys  
31 82 Ben Roethlisberger QB Steelers  
48 83 Geno Atkins DT Bengals  
71 84 Tony Romo QB Cowboys  
93 85 Ryan Kalil C Panthers  
23 86 Antonio Brown WR Steelers  
18 87 Joe Thomas OT Browns  
45 91 Haloti Ngata DT Ravens  
94 95 Sheldon Richardson DE Jets  
64 96 Derrick Johnson LB Chiefs  
57 97 Justin Houston OLB Chiefs  
66 99 Cameron Wake DE Dolphins  
75 - Joe Staley OT 49ers  
60 - Trent Williams OT Redskins  
62 - Marcell Dareus DT Bills  
99 - Cameron Jordan DE Saints  
84 - Kiko Alonso LB Bills  
92 - Eric Weddle S Chargers  
28 - Gerald McCoy DT Buccaneers  
42 - Muhammad Wilkerson DE Jets  
97 - Louis Vasquez G Broncos  
87 - DeMarco Murray RB Cowboys  
78 - Tyron Smith OT Cowboys  
96 - Daryl Washington LB Cardinals  
58 - Joe Flacco QB Ravens  
67 - Jason Peters OT Eagles  
55 - Marshal Yanda G Ravens  
35 - Lavonte David LB Buccaneers  
88 - Evan Mathis G Eagles  
95 - Brent Grimes CB Dolphins  
32 - Kyle Williams DT Bills  
72 - Antrel Rolle S Giants  
86 - Duane Brown OT Texans  
59 - DeAndre Levy LB Lions  
89 - Charles Clay TE Dolphins