Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks host the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game, and the New England Patriots host the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship game. (You can listen to both games on SiriusXM.)

You, your buddies and analysts can argue all you want about which teams you think will win those two games and advance to Super Bowl XLIX. What about this question, though: Which match-up do you want to see unfold in Glenadale, Ariz.?

Dan Levy and Josh Zerkle on SiriusXM Bleacher Report Radio are both hoping the Seahawks emerge from the NFC.

“Seattle is the game that I want to see in the Super Bowl,” Zerkle said. “I wanna see Russell Wilson. I wanna see Marshawn Lynch say, “I’m thankful,” or, “Thanks for asking,” or whatever it is that he’s gonna say for two weeks straight. I wanna see the Legion of Boom back in the big game.”

For Levy, the preferred opponent would be the New England Patriots, though he does see the emergence of an exciting story line should Indianapolis and Seattle meet up on Feb. 1.

“I am fascinated by the dynamic between Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson,” Levy said. “The best quarterback in the game against a guy who doesn’t get enough credit. Doesn’t that sound familiar, to the early era of Peyton Manning and Tom Brady? I wonder if Luck-Wilson could be Manning-Brady 2.0? They would have to face each other in the Super Bowl to make that happen.”

Which two teams do you hope advance to the Super Bowl? Tweet your picks @BR_Radio.

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