Packers secondary looking shady

How do you contend against the high powered Pittsburgh Steelers offense that has on average produced 221 passing yards (ranked 14th amongst the NFL) a game and 121 (ranked 11th amongst the NFL) rushing yards a game when lacking consistency and plagued with considerable defects with such a young team amongst a fantasied NFC top-rated secondary to be lead by the infamous Charles Woodson?

Despite have the moral support, guidance, and wisdom of 13 year veteran Charles Woodson, this defensive unit will have to step it up and become more consistent as a unit in order to keep ample pressure on Big Ben to keep him from making key plays during the Super bowl.

For a unit that has given upon average 309 yards per game the certainty if allowing themselves to remain focused and not allow big plays to happen is going to be a valuable but rational factor. This is the same defensive unit that we have watched over the season unify and become a progressive offensive pressure-cooker when facing teams whos offensive unit has the upper-hand as a productive component. As passive as the Packers defense seems, it does have the ability to make this a stifling atmosphere ad cause tension for the offensive line of the Steelers who have allowed 48 sacks on the season.

This will be a very impressive game to watch as this begins the Super Bowl weekend1

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