Super Bowl XLV: Why This Lombardi Trophy Matters More To the Pittsburgh Steelers

February 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL couldn't be happier. Two teams that have been so important to the history and creation of the league are playing in what may be the final game before a lockout.
Two teams that embody old-school defensive toughness, aggressiveness and an offensive will to run the ball. Two teams that embody new-era quarterbacks that stand tall and create the momentum swinging play, zone-blitzing schemes and young head coaches who players respond to. 
As the hours close in on Super Bowl XLV, many people look at these two teams as equal. The only difference is experience, and that the Steelers want this win more.
This Super Bowl showcases a young Packers team that is on the fast track to success. The average team age is just over 25 years old with core players like Clay Matthews, James Starks and Jordy Nelson all at 25 or younger. Aaron Rodgers is already being labeled as great, and by some elite, before his 28 birthday.
This team will unquestionably be an NFL dynasty of t...

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