It's C.J. Anderson versus Julian Edelman, folks! Well, kind of.
While those two Bay Area natives will be in Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, Feb. 3, this will be all about the quarterbacks who also hail from Northern California.
The final game of the 2018 NFL season will take place 17 years to the day that the Rams and Patriots played each other in Super Bowl XXXVI. That's not the only 17-year difference between these teams, though.
Rams quarterback Jared Goff (24) is 17 years younger than elder Patriots signal-caller Tom Brady (41), who continues to defy time. In a matchup of young against old, the real battle will be Novato versus San Mateo.
Goff hails from Novato, and starred at Marin Catholic High School before going on to Cal and becoming the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. He completed 25 of his 40 passes for 297 yards and one touchdown with one interception in the Rams' 26-23 overtime win over the Saints in the NFC Championship.
Brady grew up in San Mateo, and played football at Junipero Serra High School before going to Michigan for his college years and being picked in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft by the Patriots.
The rest is history.
On Sunday, Brady completed 30 of his 46 passes for 348 yards and one touchdown while being intercepted twice in the Patriots' 37-31 OT win over the Chiefs in the AFC Championship.
When the Rams and the Patriots last squared off in the Super Bowl, New England won 20-17 on a last-second field goal. It was the first of Brady's five Super Bowl victories.
Will we see Brady win his sixth ring, or will Goff and the young Rams get in his way? Either way, the Bay Area couldn't be represented any better by two elite quarterbacks.