No matter who you root for, it’s hard to argue that the two best teams in the NFL aren’t facing off in Texas on Sunday evening. The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers both bring an impressive resume of wins with them to Super Bowl XLV.
When you have two teams that have looked so good, it’s not a surprise that we are given a game with a spread between 2.5 and 3 points.
Very simply, you should put your money behind the quarterback you trust more. Either the gun-slinging Aaron Rodgers who plays his home games in Green Bay but runs an offense built for a dome or the big-game-tested Ben Roethlisberger who is the rare star signal caller that can get the job done without putting up big numbers.
The even better way to pick a winner? Even though we were a perfect 2-0 during Championship Weekend, this 2010 NFL season has not been kind to our picks. So check out the way we go and take the other team!
Fairly simple, no?
Last Week: 2-0
Pittsburgh at Green Bay (-3) – Packers