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Hits like this one that you see to the right have become a staple of the Pittsburgh Steelers defense. This is a unit that hits you in the mouth and doesn’t care that the league is going to place fins on it. Defensive Coordinator Dick LeBeau has put together a unit that ranked No. 2 in the league at 276.8 yards per game and No. 1 against the rush at 62.8 yards per game. The scoring average of 14.5 points per game was also tops in the league. Will this unit be able to have this sort of success against the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV, though? Check out our Super Bowl betting analysis of one of the scariest units in the league.
Experience is abundant for the Pittsburgh Steelers, especially here in the Super Bowl. Head Coach Mike Tomlin has a unit that can really do some tremendous damage against even the best of defenses in the game. Check out how the Steelers stack up against the defense of the Green Bay Packers in today’s Super Bowl odds analysis piece.
The Green Bay Packers know that they are going to need a heck of an effort, not just from their offense and their defense, but from their coaching staff and their special teams as well to knock off the Pittsburgh Steelers. To continue our series Super Bowl betting articles, we take a look at how the Pack are going to fare with all of their intangibles in the biggest game of the year.
Defensive Coordinator Dom Capers has absolutely done a fantastic job this year with his defense, and the general thought is that he might be leaving the Green Bay Packers and heading to the ranks of the head coaches once again soon. Green Bay is perfectly content if he stays though, as he has really transformed a unit from a young bunch that really was nothing but raw talent, into a formidable foe that can single handedly win the Super Bowl. Check out the chances that the ‘D’ for the Pack can help them beat the Super Bowl betting lines.
When you talk about the Green Bay Packers, the first thing that you are thinking about is whether QB Aaron Rodgers and company can really move the pigskin against the Pittsburgh Steelers defense. In today’s analysis of the Super Bowl XLV odds, we’ll take a look at the Pack and what they can do on offense in the biggest game of the season.
Everyone has already developed their opinion as to whether it will be the Green Bay Packers or the Pittsburgh Steelers that win the Super Bowl, but here at Bang the Book, we’re already making our Super Bowl picks on the ‘total’ as well. Check out our analysis of the 2011 Super Bowl odds in relation to the ‘total’.
Super Bowl XLV betting action absolutely could not have asked for anything more than this. The team with the most Super Bowl rings in the history of the league, the Pittsburgh Steelers, will try to add their seventh title to their fold when they take on the Green Bay Packers, who have the most professional football titles to their credit with three Super Bowls and nine other NFL Championships. But who will cover the spread on the Super Bowl XLV odds? Check out our analysis of the game.
Just a month ago, Head Coach Rex Ryan and Head Coach Mike Tomlin exchanged pleasantries following a 22-17 win for the New York Jets over the Pittsburgh Steelers. You could plainly see Tomlin tell Ryan good luck for the playoffs. Ryan responded with, “We’ll see you there.” Little did either one know that they would be the last two teams left standing in the AFC playoffs. Here is our AFC Championship Game preview and our NFL odds analysis of the duel between the Jets and Steelers.
We couldn't have drawn up a better scenario than this. The first time around in NFL betting action, the Chicago Bears got the best of the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field. Then in Week 17, Green Bay snuck its way into the playoffs with a narrow 10-3 escape. The two will meet for a third and decisive final time this year back in the Windy City with a berth in Super Bowl XLV.
Way back in Week 6, the Chicago Bears thought that they had a very easy fixture against the Seattle Seahawks in NFL betting action here at Soldier Field. They lost that game by a field goal, but little did they know that they would get a chance at redemption in the second round of the NFL playoffs in January.