We're decided to do something a little different this year, doing a Super Bowl in-game post here at the Bay Area Sports Journal. Again, you all know I'm rolling with Green Bay, and have been all year. Just cause I think it's Aaron Rogers time. But don't get me wrong, I'm a tad leary of Pittsburgh's defense. If they can get into Rogers' grill, then Pittsburgh takes SB45. There's no way Green Bay can rely on the run, they'll have to have to passing game at least effective in order for their run game to work. On the same account, a lot of people aren't giving them GB the credit their defense deserves. They haven't been around as long as the Steelers' guys, but their young linebacking corps and that secondary can shut anyone down, and it's we all know that intricate defensive schemes do to the Steeler offense. They can be non-existant at times and that's what Green Bay has to expose. I'm not a betting man, but who doesn't do a little Super Bowl betting. For last minute Super Bowl odds or Super Bowl Pics, check out Docs.
And stay tuned for our in-game comments and critiques!
-Well, I told ya so. The Packers are off to a great start, getting in Roethlisberger's head and picking him off twice already. They're doing exactly what I said they had to do defensively and their offense isn't fased by the Steelers at all.
-That Starks kid is looking alright, but again, it's becuase of Rogers opening up the field through the air.
-Ben with a nice comeback at the end of the half finding Heinz in the back of the endzone. The Steelers certainly looked like a different offense on that drive, so this thing may not be over so quicklly. Pack still in pretty good shape though up 21-10 at BlackEyed Peas concert time.