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magoo
02-03-2011, 12:00 PM
What Yinz think? Will the experinced of the Steelers be a factor on Sunday?

Expect the Steelers to be composed in Super Bowl XLV (http://www.nflnews2010.com/expect-the-Steelers-to-be-composed-in-Super-Bowl-XLV.html)

The bright lights are here. The time is ever so near when all your peers and a global TV audience turn its attention to the event, Super Bowl XLV. It is the time when everything is magnified, to the extent approaching stupidity. Reporters on the in-famous media day dig for anything they can run with. By Sunday night the media will have worked up such a lather of anticipation some may even soil themselves.

Eventually, the Star Spangled Banner will take the stage and it will finally be time for the champions to enter the arena. This is when those bright lights, literally are most luminous. Itís enough to blind even the most confident of participants.

If you are an NFL fan a valid question will come into play in this years event. Will the Super Bowl experienced Pittsburgh Steelers have their way with the inexperienced Green Bay Packers? It has to be a factor in the equation. Just as important to consider isÖ will it have an impact on the outcome of the game? Read More (http://www.nflnews2010.com/expect-the-Steelers-to-be-composed-in-Super-Bowl-XLV.html)

Jackal
02-03-2011, 12:06 PM
Agreed. I think the experience factor is going to make a bigger difference than most people seem to be thinking.

magoo
02-03-2011, 12:40 PM
Agreed. I think the experience factor is going to make a bigger difference than most people seem to be thinking.

I know. Most of the national media have failed to thoroughly look at the complacency factor. It is clear the Steelers are in the big dance again because they were motivated by last year's lost opportunity. To be sure they will be focused.

LegendSteel
02-03-2011, 12:51 PM
I think it might play a factor in the beginning, when the GB players are still in awe, but once the game gets going it isn't going to matter. The Steelers should try to take advantage of that in the beginning and strike quickly.

thumper
02-03-2011, 12:52 PM
Experience factor over hyped. Sometimes it means nothing. Look
at the history. The Bills went 4 straight years. Experience never
helped them win a single one of them.

magoo
02-03-2011, 01:06 PM
Experience factor over hyped. Sometimes it means nothing. Look
at the history. The Bills went 4 straight years. Experience never
helped them win a single one of them.

There is a difference here the Bill only experience was that of failure. On the other hand the Steelers have experienced success.