Good question. There a few in my family from Wisconsin so it's GREEN BAY!! Oh wait, I have about a dozen from PA that are hard core Steeler Fans...Go STEELERS!!! Sorry, I can't choose a side without getting beat up.
Steelers are Hardcore, but Packers want it BAD....you never know. It's not just skill, it's luck.
I am going to go with the Steelers in this game. The Steelers have the Super Bowl experience with players on their roster and the Packers do not. With that said however, Rodgers always gives the Packers a chance. I believe this will be a 4th quarter game and perhaps one of the epic 4th quarter battles in Super Bowl history. Both Roethlisberger and Rodgers are clutch QBs who will come through for their teams when they need it the most. Like I said though, when the smoke clears and the dust settles, I think the Steelers will win this game late. I really do not have a score prediction as of yet. It could be a low-scoring game because of the pressure of the Super Bowl combined with two of the top defenses; or it could be a game where we see a lot of efficient, ball control, drives where we see very few punts.
I agree with you Lake. The Steelers have a big advantage over the Packers with the experience. No matter who you are, playing on a stage like that will make anyone nervous. Since Pittsburgh has been here before, it does give them a little edge. But, if Green Bay stays cool, calm, and colective, they will defeat the Steelers. If not, Green Bay will find themselves stuck in a hole that they can't climb out of.
Yeah, exactly. Nobody has more pressure on them in this game than Rodgers. As a result, the game could very well be determined by how well Rodgers does or does not handle the pressure of the ultimate stage. The thing is though, if Rodgers does not play well the Packers cannot win. But on the other hand, if Roethlisberger does not play well, the Steelers can still win. That's what they do. That's why I give the edge to the Steelers, knowing very well that Rodgers could carry the Packers on his back with a great game if he can handle the moment.
it depends on how well ike taylor guards greg jennings and how well starks and mendenhall run. I dont see ike shutting down jennings and could actually see him having a big game on the other hand i see mendenhal having a big game as well. I still think greenbay wins by 7.
Green Bay has actually won 12 NFL Championships compared to Pittsburgh's 6. But then again, all of the Steelers titles have been won in the Super Bowl era which gives them the most during that time. Either way, these are both historic franchises. I would like to have seen some new blood in there, but I guess we have to work with what we've got.
With Pouncey now out, Green Bay has the advantage. They can apply pressure through the middle and Big Ben will not be able to step up and make a play. Pitt will have to bring an extra guard over to the middle and you could see one on ones on the outside.
go 6BURGH go make it a stairway to 7. Big O move the ball just a little bit*DO NOT TURN THE BALL OVER* and run like we are playing the Jets.Big 'D' play like the best because THIS D is the best in the N.F.L. Cheers Hubzer
Well considering I live in PA, near Pittsburgh, I want the Steelers to win.
However, I believe the steelers can lose if there offensive line goes to hell. The steelers have a great defense, but if they can not keep their offensive line even decent, it could give green bay an advantage.
I think the Steelers can win( I hope they do) just as long as the defense very good, and the offensive line is bareable.
The disappointing thing is, Steelers main center will not be playing. I'm not sure about the packers injuries though.
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