Common opponents discuss Super Bowl XLI

MIAMI -- Including playoffs contests, the two Super Bowl XLI franchises had five common opponents (Patriots, Jets, Giants, Bills and Dolphins) in 2006.

The Indianapolis Colts, who played New England both during the regular season and in the AFC Championship Game, posted a 6-0 record against common opponents. The Chicago Bears fashioned a 3-2 mark.

ESPN.com was able to discuss the Super Bowl matchup with two head coaches from the common opponents, one coordinator and one high-ranking personnel official. Here are their takes on what might transpire Sunday evening: