His holiness is coming, and you have a decision to make.

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Since the internet is abuzz with talk of football and the Pope's visit to Philly, I thought I'd pit the two topics against one another to reveal where the stronger loyalty lies.

Putting things into perspective, it's rare the Pope visits the U.S., and it would cost more to travel to see him in Europe. But then again, you might not care about him to begin with.

If you do care though, keep in mind that football tickets can be pricey and pretty hard to nab, too. Plus you might have a better chance of seeing your beloved players than the Pontifex.

So which would you choose: tickets to see the Pope in Philly this month, or your favorite football team at the 50-yard line? Take the poll below and explain your answer in the comments section.

Steve Trevelise is the host of The Steve Trevelise Show, a stand-up comic, and an avid New York sports fan. You can catch him on air weekdays from 7 p.m. - 12 a.m. Reach him on Twitter @realstevetrev.