A Denver Broncos win in Sunday's Super Bowl would cement Peyton Manning's legacy as one of the all-time greats to play quarterback in the NFL.
But what happens if the Seahawks win? And what does it mean for their quarterback, Russell Wilson?
After all, Manning is the stereotypical — and arguably the most successful — pocket passer. Meanwhile, Wilson is one of a group of young quarterbacks who play in a much different fashion, using their legs to not just pick up yardage on the ground but to extend plays in and outside the pocket with their ability to evade would-be tacklers.
So would a win by Wilson and the Seahawks signal a changing of the guard at the quarterback position in the NFL?
CSN's Chris Boden and Ryan McGuffey debated in the latest edition of The Rundown. Check out the video above to see what they had to say.