Super Bowl 2011: Can the Packers Figure Out the Steelers’ Secondary?

January 28, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Super Bowl 2011 is just days away, and one of the biggest stories of the week is the Packers' offense. After all, Green Bay has generated no fewer than 21 points in any of their three playoff games, and the offense has posted 300 or more yards of offense in each of those contests. 
Most of Green Bay's  success comes from the passing game. Led by quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the Packers were one of the most prolific passing teams in the NFL. Rodgers has been excellent in the postseason, throwing three touchdown passes against Philadelphia, throwing a pair of touchdown passes and rushing for a third against the Falcons, and moving the chains consistently against the Bears. 
But now, Rodgers faces what might be his biggest challenge of the year. Pittsburgh's defense ranks 12th in the NFL in passing yards allowed, third in passing touchdowns allowed, and has racked up 48 sacks on the year. 
For Rodgers, who's playing behind an offensive line that's been som...

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