Jason RossMy response: Atlanta Falcons @JasonRoss1140
With Matt Ryan under center for the Falcons, they have the advantage. Atlanta has the best 1-2 wide receiver punch in the league with Roddy White and Julio Jones, as well as future Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez at tight end. While they haven't dominated every minute this year, they've proven they can play from behind - a skill that a team poised for a deep playoff or Super Bowl run needs. The Bears are near the bottom of the league in total passing offense.
Grant NapearMy response: Chicago Bears @GrantNapearShow
The old NFL standby is "Defense Wins Championship." While the high level of QB play in the NFL may be changing that, Chicago's defense is actually outscoring most offenses. Chicago is loaded on all three levels: they can hurt you offensively with Brandon Marshall or Matt Forte, on special teams with Devin Hester, and their defense has returned six interceptions for touchdowns. Atlanta has Matt Ryan, but as a team they're outclassed everywhere else.