by rdh-admin on February 5, 2011.
The time has come, Motley goers. I cannot wait for this Sunday’s epic battle between the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
In the green corner, we have the gunslinger Aaron Rodgers who is equipped with a squad of versatile wideouts. In the gold corner, Troy Polamalu, the AP defensive player of the year. His experience, intuition, and poise has been unmatched in big game situations.
To say either Rodgers or Polamalu will decide this Super Bowl is a bit dramatic. However, it is a microcosm of the decisive battle on Sunday. Can the Packers passing game prevail against the steelers secondary? We saw what happened to the Falcons and it was ugly. And we have seen the damage Pitt has done to opposing quarterbacks.
This one will go down as a great one. And great games deserve great predictions. Motley Predictions.
Green Bay Packers vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: I’ll take momentum over experience almost any day of the week! I love the flow of the Green Bay’s offense and the amount of weapons they have out on the edge. Polamalu can’t be everywhere. Also, I don’t think either team will be able to run the ball. This, being Pittsburgh’s strength, will hurt them more than it will the Packers. Rodgers brings the Lombardi Trophy back home. Packers 28 Steelers 24