Super Bowl Line 2011: Can the Pittsburgh Steelers Defense Stifle Aaron Rodgers?

January 24, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

One of the major questions already apparent about Super Bowl XLV will be the following:
Can the top-rated defense of the Pittsburgh Steelers stop the aerial assault of the scorching hot Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers’ offense?
The hype heading into Super Bowl XLV will be through the roof over the next two weeks, but much attention will be placed on this question.
Rodgers heads to Super Bowl with a ton of momentum following his three road playoff victories. He threw for three touchdowns against the Eagles in the Wild Card round and then totally dominated the Falcons for 366 yards on an insane 31-of-36 passing. That was arguably the greatest passing performance of all-time, and it came at the perfect time for Green Bay.
In yesterday’s win over the Chicago Bears, Rodgers threw for 244 yards, but also had two interceptions. However, he used his mobility to make up for those picks as he rushed for 39 yards and a touchdown that gave the Packers the ea...

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