One of the big storylines ahead of Sunday's game is Peyton manning and his legacy.
The quarterback's success this year is no secret. His 2013 with the Denver Broncos was highlighted by breaking the league's single-season record for passing touchdowns at 55, he passing yardage record by a yard, he recorded four-touchdown games nine times, and he had a passer rating of 90 or better in 15 games.
Not bad. But what about Super Bowl XLVIII? How will this game, the third Super Bowl appearance of his career, affect his legacy?
Joining "Good Day Philadelphia" on Sunday morning was FOX 29's Howard Eskin to talk about how much of Manning's legacy is at stake Sunday night.