I’ll Have to Be Quick

Posted by jon on February 5, 2011 in not so deep thoughts, sports talk |

A crud is making its way into the Coder home. Tiff and I are both in a race to see who can get sick first. At the same time we are hoping that somehow Cee can avoid this. My plan tonight is to pull out the atomic bomb of cold fighting…NyQuil. Once you take NyQuil you have approximately four and a half minutes to get in the bed or you sleep where you land.

Alas, before I give in to the effects of the drugs I wanted to quickly weigh in with my Super Bowl predictions. Not to brag too loudly but my preseason NFL picks were pretty solid. I picked 4 division winners and 8 of the 12 playoff teams. So in a league like the NFL I’ll call that not too shabby. I had the Falcons losing in ATL to Green Bay (though I thought it would happen in the NFC title game) and the Steelers losing to the Colts on the AFC side. So I had half the Super Bowl.

But now on to real life. We have Green Bay and Pittsburgh going head to head in the biggest game of the year. Green Bay’s offense has been fantastic and Aaron Rodgers, in his 3rd full season, has taken the next step to be a top tier QB (something we’re hoping to see from Matt Ryan next season). But as well as he’s played its all come from a new found running game and that is where it all falls apart for GB. Pittsburgh’s defense is going to be the difference tomorrow. The Packers will not be able to run at all and Steelers won’t miss tackles on Rodgers the way the Falcons did.

It won’t be a blow out but I don’t see any way Green Bay can withstand the onslaught that is the Steelers defense. Big Ben and the Steelers win their 3rd title in 6 years and officially become the team of the decade. I hope everyone enjoys the game.

God is Everywhere

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