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|01-26-2011, 10:39 PM||#1|
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Narrow 2009 loss at Pittsburgh still harrowing to Capers, Green Bay
This from Don banks at SI.com
The Roethlisberger Horror Picture Show is getting a lot of repeat viewings here this week within the Packers team complex. You remember that scary flick: Pittsburgh 37, Green Bay 36, in Week 15 of 2009, with Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger throwing for a career-high 503 yards and the game-winning 19-yard touchdown pass to Mike Wallace as time expired. Pittsburgh rolled up 537 yards of total offense that day against Green Bay, and Big Ben became just the 10th quarterback since 1950 to crack 500 yards in a game, setting a team record in the process.
Most of the hype so far has focused on how the Steelers will stop Green Bay's receivers on a fast track in Dallas - Green Bay may have its own questions to answer with regard to the Steelers WRs
|01-26-2011, 10:41 PM||#2|
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Re: Narrow 2009 loss at Pittsburgh still harrowing to Capers, Green Bay
Wallace will find holes in their zones and burn em' I can just feel it. With Mendy off the right side behind Flo, me likey.
"Football is a physical game, or at least it used to be" -Mel Blount
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