http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/7370676 Normally I'm not a big Czarnecki fan, but I really agreed with this piece. I think that it might make the Super Bowl a bit more meaningful if the two best teams are playing instead of what we have had for the past few years which has been AFC vs. Sacrificial Lamb. "But while tradition has its place, the league has shown a willingness to break with it from time to time. With regular-season games now being played in London and with the Bills arguing that they need to play at least one game in Toronto every season (probably starting in 2009 after the CFL season ends), what's the harm in simply seeding the league's division winners in order to, hopefully, get the game's two best teams in the league's showcase event? For example, here would have been last season's playoff pairings after the wild-card games: San Diego would have hosted Seattle, Chicago would have hosted New Orleans, Baltimore would have hosted Philadelphia and the Colts would have hosted the Patriots. Who knows what would have happened from there? But I would bet anyone that the Bears wouldn't have ended up in New Orleans. Looking at the BCS with its five computers and three human polls, there must be one simple formula that could figure out how to pair the final four teams in the NFL."