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Mister Pittsburgh
02-05-2011, 10:46 AM
Who wins the Superbowl?

What is the score?

Who is Superbowl MVP?

What did they do to be named MVP?

Steelers
28-20
Rashard Mendenhall
30 carries for 125 yards and 2 TD's - 4 Rec for 48 yards

JDSteeler
02-05-2011, 10:53 AM
Who wins the Superbowl?

What is the score?

Who is Superbowl MVP?

What did they do to be named MVP?

Steelers
28-20
Rashard Mendenhall
30 carries for 125 yards and 2 TD's - 4 Rec for 48 yards

THE STEEEEEEEEEELERS!!!!!!

27-13

BIG BEN

25 - 32 for 312 yrds, with 2-Pass TD's, 1 Rush TD, and 0-Int's.

Welcome to the HoF Ben!!!!!!

JD

Flasteel
02-05-2011, 11:00 AM
Who wins the Superbowl?

What is the score?

Who is Superbowl MVP?

What did they do to be named MVP?

Steelers
28-20
Rashard Mendenhall
30 carries for 125 yards and 2 TD's - 4 Rec for 48 yards

Who wins the Superbowl? - No need to answer that one :D

What is the score? 24-20

Who is Superbowl MVP? Ben

What did they do to be named MVP? 19-27 297 yards 2TDs and leads us on a typical (for Ben) last-minute TD drive to win the game.

flippy
02-05-2011, 11:51 AM
38-17 Steelers win
SBMVP - James Harrison and he refuses to shake Goodell's hand
3 sacks, 2 FF, Int, Fumble Recovery for a TD, 11 tackles, 4 for losses

Shawn
02-05-2011, 11:57 AM
I believe this will be a higher scoring affair then we may want. But, I believe Ben steps up when called with some more late game heroics.

30-24 after another 2 minute march down the field for the win.

Shawn
02-05-2011, 11:58 AM
38-17 Steelers win
SBMVP - James Harrison and he refuses to shake Goodell's hand
3 sacks, 2 FF, Int, Fumble Recovery for a TD, 11 tackles, 4 for losses

I would actually be shocked if Harrison shakes Goodells hand. :lol:

proudpittsburgher
02-05-2011, 11:59 AM
Steelers 27-17
First prediction: Big Ben is Super Bowl XLV MVP
Second prediction: Roger Goodell weeps
Third prediction: Sports talking heads talk for two or three days about how Ben really is an elite QB, but then gorefer back after that third day to makign it Brady, Manning, and the revolving door of elite QB's not named Ben Roethlisberger.
Back to Big Ben . . . 23-30 320 yards and 2 TDs to go along with 1 rushing TD

Mister Pittsburgh
02-05-2011, 12:29 PM
If Ben puts up the numbers you guys are saying, I think that firmly cements his legacy as an elite QB, one of the best ever.

steeler_fan_in_t.o.
02-05-2011, 02:28 PM
Win: Steelers
Score: I don't care as long as we win
MVP: I don't care as long as we win

Djfan
02-05-2011, 02:32 PM
27-13 us

Ben puts up great numbers, but someone else gets the MVP.

The talking heads talk about how "The Packers gave away the game", but A. Rogers is still elite.

Steelers>NFL
02-05-2011, 02:34 PM
Steelers, 23-20.
Typical Steelers win, down to the wire. Stressing the hell out of the fans.
The Steeler way.

Antonio Brown - MVP
Will return a ko for TD and catch a TD pass from Ben.
The kid's been hot, yet still very humble.

Chucktownsteeler
02-05-2011, 02:53 PM
Steelers 36

Packers 17

MVP: Ben

ChucktownSteeler

steelblood
02-05-2011, 03:29 PM
Packers-31
Steelers-17

MVP-Aaron Rogers 28-39 344 yards 3 TDs O Ints only sacked once



In the spirit of full disclosure, I always pick against the Steelers in tough ball games. It usually brings them luck.

sd steel
02-05-2011, 03:33 PM
27-10 Steelers

Mendenhall MVP

DukieBoy
02-05-2011, 03:42 PM
Who wins the Superbowl?

What is the score?

Who is Superbowl MVP?

What did they do to be named MVP?

Steelers
28-20
Rashard Mendenhall
30 carries for 125 yards and 2 TD's - 4 Rec for 48 yards
31-17 Steelers
MVP Troy
2 INT's, 1 for a TD the other stops a scoring drive.

Steelhere10
02-05-2011, 04:03 PM
Steelers 23
Packers 13
Mvp Heath Miller with 2tds and 100 + yds
Game won't be as close as the score. Steelers dominate in the win.

hawaiiansteel
02-05-2011, 04:19 PM
Collier: Time for a forecast; we don't mean weather

Saturday, February 05, 2011
By Gene Collier, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


DALLAS -- You can lose your sense of time and place when you are ice and snowbound in Texas -- at least they say it's Texas -- so it was highly useful when Green Bay Packers wideout Greg Jennings jarred me back to semi-clarity Friday with this:

"I'm trying to envision what it will be like," he said of the Super Bowl Sunday night. "Every morning I wake up, and it's still not there."

Exactly. Thank you, thank you.

Now I know what time it is. When you hear that, in any Super Bowl week, you know we've reached the time to make a prediction, but first an apology. At this point of Super Bowl week in Tampa two years ago, you surely don't remember, I said the Steelers would beat the Arizona Cardinals, 27-24.

So sorry.

Turned out the Steelers beat the Arizona Cardinals 27-23. For that and all 173 inaccurate predictions since February of 2009, again, my apologies.

Anyway, onward and, uh, onward.

When you analyze the matchup that is Super Bowl XLV, or as I like to call it, PGH-PACK I, the first thing you have to consider is Pittsburgh's experience. As the Steelers are most of the way through their third Super Bowl week in six years, and since that same six-year period of Super Bowl history is 100 percent Packers-free, this would figure to be important.

Without the benefit of experience, for example, how would Ben Roethlisberger know to take his offensive line to a piano bar and, according to TMZ, "sing his face off" until 1:45 a.m.?

"I haven't been out carousing," Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said the morning after Steelers karaoke. "I am a homebody, so I've been spending a lot of time in my hotel room watching film."

What did you expect? He's Mr. Rodgers.

The Green Bay quarterback is the most productive player on either team right now, partly because his maturity has paralleled nicely with the Packers' peak performances.

"I just look at Aaron Rodgers as a quarterback that's really developing and delivering on time," said Packers coach Mike McCarthy. "He stayed true to his craft and very true to his fundamentals. He's an expert of the offense. He has the ability to run the whole offense, if needed, at the line of scrimmage. We were always confident that the productivity would come. If there was one big hurdle, it would be leadership.

"Leadership was something that we needed to have more of as a football team. It's something I've given a lot of thought to over the last couple years, creating those opportunities in particular for Aaron Rodgers, Charles Woodson, A.J. Hawk, and the elected captains for the playoffs. Giving those men an opportunity to be in front of the team more, our leadership has definitely picked up. I'd say that's the biggest hurdle and the biggest improvement in Aaron Rodgers."

There is about Rodgers what smells like destiny this week, with all manner of unlikely people fueling it, like former Steelers running back John Kuhn.

"Aaron has been on fire here in the playoffs, just like Ben was that year [2005]," Kuhn said. "Both were playing tremendous football at that time, and I think it's going to be a duel out there Sunday. I think they both give their teams great chances to win, and I think Aaron's ready."

You don't really have to look far for evidence that McCarthy's team is fully capable of delivering only the second Steelers Super Bowl loss in eight appearances. If you did you could delve into some history, but be careful where you look.

D!ck LeBeau got the customary royal treatment from the media this week, and few would deserve it more, but recent Super Bowl history shows that his defense in Tampa two years ago, even with two weeks of preparation, got ripped for 377 passing yards by Kurt Warner. If James Harrison hadn't made merely the greatest defensive play in Super Bowl history, the 100-yard touchdown run with an interception at the end of the first half, you'd very likely be looking at Cardinals 30, Steelers 20. I hope Santonio Holmes doesn't think he won Super Bowl 43 in the final minutes. Harrison won it 30 minutes previous with what was essentially a 14-point play.

Neither is it a wonderful omen that among the hundreds of Super Bowl and quasi-Super Bowl events this week was one of those key-to-the-city presentations in Arlington to Super Bowl 30 MVP Larry Brown, who now hosts a Dallas Cowboys pregame show in the area.

Brown, should the name have slipped your mind, is the cornerback whose two interceptions handed the Steelers their only Super Bowl loss. I didn't go to the key-to-the-city event, but the presentation was made by a Dr. Robert Cluck.

I guess Neil O'Donnell wasn't unavailable.

So pretty much from one end to the other, this week has had an almost palpable feel of impending Packers success, which in my experience can mean only one thing.

Steelers 28, Packers 26.

Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11036/1123346-66.stm#ixzz1D75fNTuJ

BradshawsHairdresser
02-05-2011, 09:57 PM
Steelers 31
Packers 27

MVP: Mike Wallace

Stewie
02-05-2011, 10:01 PM
Steelers 24-10.
Mendy = MVP

RuthlessBurgher
02-06-2011, 06:22 PM
Steelers 35, Packers 17

MVP: Rashard Mendenhall with over 150 yards of total offense (115+ rushing and 35+ receiving) and 2 TD's.

Ghost
02-06-2011, 06:27 PM
B&G: 34 - 24
Big Ben win MVP distributing the ball to 8 different receivers. Big day with Miller. Mendy hits 100 - 105 rushing yards to help balance it out.

Dee Dub
02-06-2011, 06:49 PM
Steelers 52
Packers 10

Ben MVP---breaks Steve Young's super bowl TD record with 7.

Then...there will never, ever, ever be any question about who Ben is.

The Greatest Pittsburgh Steeler of All-Time!!!

spyboots
02-06-2011, 06:59 PM
Steelers 38

Packers 30


Big Ben MVP

Sugar
02-06-2011, 07:01 PM
Steelers win 32-13

Ben is MVP
15-21 w/ 3 TD's

SidSmythe
02-06-2011, 07:30 PM
Steelers 23
Packers 17

Troy Polamalu 2 INTs & 1 Forced Fumble

sd steel
02-07-2011, 01:17 AM
Packers-31
Steelers-17

MVP-Aaron Rogers 28-39 344 yards 3 TDs O Ints only sacked once



In the spirit of full disclosure, I always pick against the Steelers in tough ball games. It usually brings them luck.


Thats was the winning pick, except you missed our TD and 2 point conversion, and Aaron Rodgers was 24-39 for 304 yards and 3 TD's. Thanks for bringing us luck! :shock:

Truthfully I thought it was funny how close you were. :Clap

steelblood
02-07-2011, 01:21 AM
Packers-31
Steelers-17

MVP-Aaron Rogers 28-39 344 yards 3 TDs O Ints only sacked once



In the spirit of full disclosure, I always pick against the Steelers in tough ball games. It usually brings them luck.


Thats was the winning pick, except you missed our TD and 2 point conversion, and Aaron Rodgers was 24-39 for 304 yards and 3 TD's. Thanks for bringing us luck! :shock:

Truthfully I thought it was funny how close you were. :Clap

My powers of prognostication are excellent! Unfortunately, this is of no consolation.

feltdizz
02-07-2011, 01:21 AM
Packers-31
Steelers-17

MVP-Aaron Rogers 28-39 344 yards 3 TDs O Ints only sacked once



great job... :oops: