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Feb 11

The Packers and the Steelers head to the Super Bowl

By MarionP Posted in: arlington, greenbay, packers, piitsburg, steelers, texas
The AFC and National Football Conference Championship games have wrapped, and the winners are off to meet within the Super Bowl. In just a couple weeks, it will time for Super Bowl XLV, or Super Bowl 45. The game will be between the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers. The game is taking place in Arlington, Tex., at Cowboys Stadium. The teams play on Feb. 6. If you plan to go to the Super Bowl and do not already have tickets, you would be taking out a huge personal loan to purchase one. Source of article - The Packers and the Steelers go to the Super Bowl by MoneyBlogNewz.

See the Packers v Steelers in Super Bowl XLV

Few television events compare in terms of viewership and spectacle to the Super Bowl, and Super Bowl commercial spots alone are a multimillion dollar industry. For probably the most viewed television event in the United States history, the 2010 Super Bowl beat the “MASH” finale last year while the record will likely be beat again in 2011 with the Super Bowl. The game is going to be on Sunday, Feb. 6, in Arlington, TX, at Cowboys Stadium. About 6:30 p.m. is going to be the kick off of Super Bowl XLV. The Fox network shall be showing it. The pregame analysis will undoubtedly be done by the Fox National Football League Sunday Team, Troy Aikman, Joe Buck and Mike Pereira will undoubtedly be within the booth during the game, and the Black Eyed Peas are to perform for half time.

Pittsburgh defeats Jets

After beating the Colts and New England Patriots, the NY Jets took Rex Ryan to go try to win the American Football Conference Championship against Pittsburgh. Until the fourth quarter, the Pittsburg defense stopped the Jets. The Mean Gang Green did put up a fight. Nevertheless, the AFC title and win went to Ben Roethlisberger and company.

Pressure to Chicago is unbearable

Soldier Field was in which the Green Bay Packers went to play a significant game for the rivalry. The Chicago Bears Green Bay Packers rivalry was to be seen clearly. Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler ended up getting an injury and leaving the game while Todd Collins got benched after one series. That left rookie QB Caleb Haine finishing off the game for the team. Even though Haine did well, the Packers’ defense was amazing which included a touchdown made by B.J. Raji that was originally an interception. Another Green Bay interception capped the game, this time by Sam Shields.



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