Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Another Prediction Through the Uprights!

You have no doubt been anxiously awaiting my yearly Super Bowl blog. It is always a wealth of football information that you can memorize and impress your friends with at a Super Bowl party. And my predictions are so accurate some think I must have a time machine that teleports me a week into the future and back. Well, here it is in all its gridiron glory!

Now let’s get right down to business, shall we? Steelers vs. Packers. In the Super Bowl you have to bring your “A” game to the table and both teams must do this in order to get a shot at the Lombardi trophy. The key to a Steelers victory is to keep moving the chains down the field. They have to play ball-control offense. They have to establish their running and passing game. In order to win, the Packers must make plays on both sides of the ball, play the full 60 minutes, and put more points on the board than the Steelers. They have to stop the big play. Both teams will have to step up their red zone D. You see, in football, you have to take it one game at a time and leave it all on the field. The Steelers and Packers have to stick to their individual game plan but be able to adapt and throw it out the window. Packers QB Rogers must avoid getting another concussion and Steeler’s QB Roethlisberger must avoid raping anyone.

I would usually give you a prediction at this point as to who will win but I won’t. You see, on paper, that’s why they play the games.


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