2011 Super Bowl: Determining Where the Packers and Steerlers Are Most Vulnerable

January 29, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This matchup should be an epic showdown. Two of the NFL's greatest franchises will be going head to head on February 6th. Each team has playmakers on both sides of the ball.
Aaron Rodgers is a master signal caller for the Pack while Ben Roethlisberger knows how to win under the toughest of circumstances. On the defensive side of the ball, when the Packers unleash Clay Matthews, he knows how to lay the lumber on opposing QBs, while the Steelers boast one of the greatest safeties to ever play the game.
In a game filled with stars, each team does not go without its weaknesses. Exploiting those areas will be the key to success for both teams.
The Steeler Offensive Line.
Without emerging star Maurkice Pouncey, Doug Legursky has the challenged of dealing with an explosive defensive line barreling down on him. Dom Capers will be dialing up the blitzes and coming with packages this inexperienced center might have never seen. 
This also put Roethlisberg...

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