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    Super Bowl XLV

    This should be a heck of a game. The point spread is the smallest in 27 years:

    The Green Bay Packers are 2 1/2- point favorites over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl, according to Las Vegas oddsmakers, the narrowest spread for the championship game in 27 years.
    Think this spread will get bigger or smaller in the next two weeks? I'm guessing there's a few more Steeler fans out there than Packers so I'd say if it moves at all it'll get slightly smaller.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-0...-27-years.html

    Two rabid fanbases.

    Ironically it's also two of the smaller media markets but in the NFL that doesn't matter. Only in the NFL can you have a championship game of such two small markets. This is also the 10th NFC team to play in the Super Bowl in the last ten years.

    Being a Bengal fan, I can't stand the Steelers so I'll be a big GB fan in two weeks. Should be a good Super Bowl.

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    Re: Super Bowl XLV

    I would be shocked if the spread is any bigger both teams have outstanding defenses. It should be a very well played game where it might come down to a big play by one of the defenses is deciding factor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slyder View Post
    I would be shocked if the spread is any bigger both teams have outstanding defenses. It should be a very well played game where it might come down to a big play by one of the defenses is deciding factor.
    I know, I know I said 1 play but 3 big plays from the GB defense won this game.
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    Re: Super Bowl XLV

    It's a shame that they have to play this game on a carpet in a domed stadium in Dallas.

    These two teams should be playing on a glacier in a driving snow storm.

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    Re: Super Bowl XLV

    Quote Originally Posted by 15fan View Post
    It's a shame that they have to play this game on a carpet in a domed stadium in Dallas.

    These two teams should be playing on a glacier in a driving snow storm.
    I agree completely. I think it would be fun to see this game played in Lambeau field or any northern outdoor stadium for that matter. I think indoor title games take away from teams that are built to play in adverse conditions. That said I think the perfect playing conditions (dome) helps the more offensive football team in the Packers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 15fan View Post
    It's a shame that they have to play this game on a carpet in a domed stadium in Dallas.

    These two teams should be playing on a glacier in a driving snow storm.
    And the Jersey Super Bowl will be two finesse dome teams.
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    Re: Super Bowl XLV

    Based on his post-game comments, it appears that Ben has now discovered the Lord. I wonder if that will make any difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutaman View Post
    Based on his post-game comments, it appears that Ben has now discovered the Lord. I wonder if that will make any difference.
    This was after he was violated by Mendenhall after one of the kneel downs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutaman View Post
    Based on his post-game comments, it appears that Ben has now discovered the Lord. I wonder if that will make any difference.
    Yeah sure, maybe the Packers defense will genuflect after they knock him out of the game.
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    Re: Super Bowl XLV

    I'm hoping the Packers can beat the Steelers and I like the Packers chances even more if Pouncey isn't able to play.

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    Rooting for the Steelers to win -- mostly to annoy the people I'm friends with on Facebook (who treat every Steelers win as further proof of the nonexistence of any divine influence).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caveat Emperor View Post
    Rooting for the Steelers to win -- mostly to annoy the people I'm friends with on Facebook (who treat every Steelers win as further proof of the nonexistence of any divine influence).
    Awesome, that seems about right.

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    Re: Super Bowl XLV

    Go Packers!!

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    Re: Super Bowl XLV

    Quote Originally Posted by New York Red View Post
    Go Packers!!

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    I'm not a big fan of the original, I think I'd go with the fez.

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    Re: Super Bowl XLV

    I'm actually of the weird Southeastern Ohio breed that is very passionate about both the Cincinnati Reds and the Pittsburgh Steelers. I am estatic. Hands down the best sports year of my life. I hate the NBA, so that doesn't matter, I am an Ohio State Student and besides the Pryor stuff, it is the best time of all time to be a Buckeye. I don't know what to do with myself.
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