Green Bay is strongest on offense. Pittsburgh is strongest on defense.
Barring mistakes, Pittsburgh's offense should be able to score in the 14 to 21 point range, and Green Bay's offense should be able to score in the 17 to 27 point range. I think the winner is determined by whether or not Pittsburgh scores on defense or kick/punt return, assuming no other mistakes by either side.
No issues with weather or wind or course, but sometimes issues with lights (players not tracking the ball well), which could be what causes the mistake that turns the game. It could be a muffed punt, a tipped pass, or a pass that should have been caught for a TD but wasn't.
And, yeah, Cowboys Stadium looks even more like a saucer from the parking lot than it does on TV.
Whoever wins, I just hope they take their weather with them.
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The Steelers offensive line woes continue, Big Ben is running around all day and will turn it over. The Pitts seconday is suspect in my mind and will have a tough time against a great receiving corps and even better QB. With GB finally finding a bit of a running game that will be enough to get Aaron some extra time to expose that secondary. As mentioned in an earlier post, Aaron gets the MVP.
GB- better QB GB-better secondary GB-equal running game (Pitt has better running back but neutralized by offensive line) GB-Better offensive line GB- Better Receivers GB-Special Teams better Pitts- better linebackers Pitts- better Defensive line
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It often seems that games touted as defensive struggles turn out to be shootouts, and vice versa. Does that mean the over is indicated?
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TAILS on the coin flip!!! best odds,50-50, u get all day right.lol i made all my denero last weekend when GB won the nfc. i also had balt to win the afc but we know what happened and from an august 2010 view it looked good. yes i but the futures,a SUCKER bet unless u win and no i do not always win.
Ben throws a TD pass for win in last two minutes. Or Harrison return a fumble. Or anything as long as Steelers win. I grew up in Pittsburgh and my Dad took me to the games in the late 70s. Now my kids and I live in Tx but we are all die-hard Steeler fans.