This was a tough one. Both teams have quarterbacks with Super Bowl experience. But I've made my decision.
The Steelers, led by "Big" Ben Roethlisberger, do not exactly have a flashy offense. Roethlisberger, who has been inconsistent at times, often holds the ball too long, which leads to sacks and hurts the passing game.
The Steelers often run out of 2 wide receiver sets with Hines Ward and Santonio Holmes out wide. The inside is led by tight end Heath Miller, who is a steady target for Roethlisberger.
The Cardinals, led by old crafty veteran QB Kurt Warner, have a pass heavy offense that tires out the scoreboard.
Warner, who was an MVP candidate this season, often takes the field in three or four-wide sets.
When he plays in those formations, he's equipped with such weapons as wide receivers Anquan Boldin, Larry Fitzgerald, and Steve Breaston. He also throws to a sure handed Tim Hightower out of the backfield.
In the end, the edge goes to the flash and dash of the Cardinals.