Posts Tagged ‘Super Bowl XLV’

Steelers Big Players Fail to Step Up On the Big Stage

For a Steelers team that always seemed to be able to get the big plays when needed the most, Sunday was clearly not one of their better days. The names that fans are use to hearing when the game is on the line coming up with a tackle, sack, fumble, touchdown were silent, and it […]

Packers Beat Steelers To Win Super Bowl

Senior writer jclombardi highlights Packers Super Bowl victory. Clipped from: (share this clip) Packers holds on to win fourth Super Bowl title: If these Green Bay Packers aren’t the most deserving champions of the Super Bowl era, they’re not far from it. At the moment of truth Sunday night in Super Bowl XLV, the Packers […]

Turnovers Doom Steelers in Green Bay 31-25 Super Bowl XLV Win

Turnovers. In the end, Super Bowl XLV came down to a formula that was as simple as that. The Steelers turned the ball over three times, and Green Bay scored 17 points off them as the season came to a heartbreaking end in a 31-25 setback. Down 21-3 at the half, the Steelers rallied twice […]

SportsGab Network Columnists Talk SB XLV and Pick the Winner

Josh Dhani – Packers 28, Steelers 24 – This is going to be a really exciting match-up. I say the Packers will march down the field, led by Aaron Rodgers, and get a game-winning touchdown drive to beat the Steelers. It’ll be a good defensive battle, but when it comes to offense, the Packers […]

Lil Wayne – Green and Yellow – Packers Superbowl Anthem

Grilling Steeler stuff in slow mo to the Packers Superbowl anthem, video highlights from the 2011 playoff run.

Why the Steelers Have the Edge for Sunday

Super Bowl XLV has such an intriguing web of plots, subplots and angles that it has more in common with a well scripted movie than the outcome of 522 football games over the course of the last six months. Two historic and legendary franchises, the two oldest non-relocated teams in the league, two teams with […]

What the Super Bowl Winners Have Earned in Past Seasons

The winning players—either the Packers or Steelers—in Super Bowl XLV in North Texas on Feb. 6, 2011, will each receive a super-size paycheck to the tune of $83,000, while each member of the losing team will earn $42,000. How does that compare to Super Bowls of the past? Here’s a look at the winners’ and […]

Video: Preparations Underway for Super Bowl XLV

Former Steelers DB Deshea Townsend talks about preparations leading up to the Super Bowl.