In about 24 hours the AFC Championship game will be wraping up. We will know the Super Bowl match up. Someone will be receiving the Lamar Hunt Trophy on the field in Indianapolis. Our nerves will likely have subsided; our stomachs will be in knots, either with anticipation of another ring, or agonizing over what could have been. No matter the outcome, our team can hold its head up high. A team that has lost three coordinators in two years, lost several top level players, and has taken a ton of hits from the media has shown no signs of slowing down. Between the cap and draft picks, the future, as well as the present, is bright. This franchise has come so far over the last ten or so years. Instead of just being happy to be there as we may have been in Super Bowl 31, us fans are expecting a win. What's more, the players expect a win as well. They know they are prepared, they know they have better than a puncher's chance, and there is nothing more you can ask for this close to game time.