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View Poll Results: Who will win the Superbowl next Sunday?
Green Bay Packers 23 47.92%
Pittsburgh Steelers 25 52.08%
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Old 02-01-2011, 10:18 AM
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The Steelers sure fell apart in the game against the Jets in that last half.

Poll is tied 19/19 right now.

I don't think it was so much that the Steelers "fell apart" but that the Jets turned it up a few notches and started playing the way they are capable of playing.
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So which Steeler team will show up on Sunday?
The one who played in the first half of the JETS game or the second.

The Packers will win!
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Still all tied up but now with 20 votes for each team in the 45th Superbowl.
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Rodgers tears apart the Steel Curtain and the Packers win by two TD's...
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The Steelers that played the first half against the Jets and the second half against the Ravens
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I'm a Giants fan but I gotta go with the Pack.
There weren't any playoff games that went into overtime so We couldn't see the new rules in action for overtime. Does anyone know what rules are in effect for a tie in the Superbowl?
I believe both teams have to get one possesion of the ball in overtime with the exception of the defense scoring a touchdown on a fumble or interception.

It does setup a lot of different scenarios:
1. If one team is in field goal position and it's short yardage on fourth down. Do you go for the first down or try to score a touchdown?
2. If one team kicks the field goal and the other team scores a touchdown, the touchdown team wins.
3. One team could kick a field goal and then stops the other team on four downs. The field goal team wins.

It would interesting to watch and the new rules drive the coaches crazy with added decisions.

I am a Giants fan.

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I believe both teams have to get one possesion of the ball in overtime with the exception of the defense scoring a touchdown on a fumble or interception.

It does setup a lot of different scenarios:
1. If one team is in field goal position and it's short yardage on fourth down. Do you go for the first down or try to score a touchdown?
2. If one team kicks the field goal and the other team scores a touchdown, the touchdown team wins.
3. One team could kick a field goal and then stops the other team on four downs. The field goal team wins.

It would interesting to watch and the new rules drive the coaches crazy with added decisions.

I am a Giants fan.

If the score is tied after each team has had a possesion, then it's sudden death.


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Old 02-04-2011, 05:01 PM
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Default 75% of the single person experts on ESPN pick the Packers to win the 45th Superbowl.

http://espn.go.com/nfl/picks

Of course, their picks have not been all that accurate for the postseason this year.
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Wow, the poll is a virtual tie at the moment, 21-20. I'm for Green Bay.
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Wow, the poll is a virtual tie at the moment, 21-20. I'm for Green Bay.
Now a tie 21/21.
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Now hear about it!!!! The Steelers will win 24-7 because they have the big "D"!!!!!
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