Super Bowl XLV, a team approach

As the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers prepare for a show-down in Texas and the current Super Bowl XLV contenders, analysts everywhere are looking at each fundamental aspect of the teams individual criteria such as specifics in offensive progression and defensive production.

But what about the team it self, what do these two team have to offer the fans expected to view the Super Bowl?

For the Green Bay Packers this is a vital Super Bowl attendance due to the fat that this will be the 13th Super Bowl appearance as The Green Bay Packers have won twelve league championships (more than any other team in the NFL). For the Packers this will also etch a very vital marking with-in NFL history for the team as they are the only team to attend nine NFL Championships prior to the Super Bowl era and three Super Bowl victories in 1967 (Super Bowl I). This is going to be a very historical affair for the Packers as re-presenters of the NFC.

On the AFC side, the Pittsburgh Steelers are chasing it’s 3rd super Bowl appearance behind Big Ben Roethlisberger. The Pittsburgh Steelers will represent the AFC as the eldest team of the AFC to make an appearance in the Super Bowl. Pittsburgh has won more Super Bowl titles (six), won more AFC Championship Games (eight) and played in (fifteen) and hosted more (eleven) conference championship games than any other AFC or NFC team.

This will be a very productive and active Super Bowl of a progressive historical match-up.

Who will you be rooting for?

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One Comment to “Super Bowl XLV, a team approach”

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