NEW YORK – I envy the final two teams standing tall after a rough season. The Green Bay Packers will face the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV and their fans must be having a blast! It doesn’t feel like it’s been four years since the Giants won Super Bowl XLII but it has been. The Packers beat the Bears to advance while the Steelers finally shut up the talkative Jets. All four of these teams deserve some respect for making it as far as they did during the 2010 NFL season. We must also congratulate the Packers and Steelers for getting to the big game and we wish them both luck.
The NFL Pro Bowl will be played next weekend in Hawaii, since NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, changed the game format to have the Pro Bowl played before the marquee Super Bowl. With the collective bargaining agreement looming in the wings, football fans may want to sit back and really enjoy these final two games of the season. Things could be a lot different come the beginning of the 2011 NFL season. I know it will be hard to watch the Pro Bowl with its lack of meaning but just try and enjoy it if you can.
I have to admit that I am gloating internally a bit because I picked the Green Bay Packers to win it all this year. They haven’t completed my prediction yet but they are in the Super Bowl and one win way from being the NFL Champions. If any of our readers would like in-depth Green Bay Packers coverage, I would suggest you check out my friend Jersey Al’s Packers website, Home. I expect this Super Bowl to be a throw back of the classic days of football. Both of these teams match up very well and I truly expect it to be a battle. I’m not sure if it will be a shoot out or a defensive game yet. All signs point to a low scoring defensive battle but things could very easily go the other way with these two outstanding offenses. As I mentioned, I will be rooting for the Packers and the NFC to take the Lombardi trophy home.
The Super Bowl will be played on February 6, 2011 at 6:30 PM EST in Cowboys stadium.
RD – nygreporter.com
As a fan of the best sport on earth, bearing in mind that my team can make it every year, THESE are the type of matchups I dream about. Packers and Steelers. Two teams that build through the draft, are hard nosed, have just incredible players that play above the Xs and Os, GREAT coaches whose schemes seemingly ALWAYS leave them in the best position to win, and lastly, incredible quarterbacks.
In my personal opinion, If he is able to pull it out next Sunday, Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in The NFL right now. Peyton Manning is my guy and I think he will go down as the best ever, and Brady is very good as well (though I take issue with his 2-3 post Spygate playoff record) but I think as of today, right here and now, id take Rodgers over anyone in pro football.
Hey Kyle, I agree with you man. I didn’t mention it at the time but when we were talking about the best coaches ever a week or two ago, one of the other reasons I put Parcells above Belichek is the whole spygate episode. Couple that with him being a student of Parcells and I have to put him above the Pats coach.
Aaron Rodgers is simply on fire. They guy has really impressed me the past couple of years and this year he is playing out of his mind. I picked the Packers to win it all at the start of the season and I’m sticking to my guns. The NFL does not want Big Ben to be the face of the NFL Champions and I think the refs will call the game in such a manner. I’m almost tempted to say that I “guarantee” a Packers win but I’m not that bold.
Regardless og Belicheck, Id have to say Walsh and Lombardi are better coaches than Parcells anyway. No matter how its spun i simply can not say Parcells is the best
Hey, I agree with you about Lombardi and even Knoll for that matter but we were talking about the best coach named Bill. I’ll give you Bill Walsh but no way Spygate Belichek is better then Bill Parcells. lol
Ok fair enough I suppose… For now though. Book isn’t closed on Belicheck.