Steelers vs. Packers: Why Pittsburgh's Defense Can Stop Green Bay's Offense

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Steelers vs. Packers: Why Pittsburgh's Defense Can Stop Green Bay's Offense
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The Green Bay Packers were one of the hottest teams entering the playoffs. They are a very dangerous team that will provide the Pittsburgh Steelers with a tough matchup.

On paper, these two teams are very evenly matched. The Pittsburgh Steelers allowed 14.5 points per game on defense while the Green Bay Packers allowed 15 points per game. Offensively, Green Bay scored 24.2 points per game to Pittsburgh's 23.4 points per game.

What is going to make the difference in the game? Whether or not the Steelers' defense can stop Green Bay's offense.

Expect the game to be decided while Aaron Rodgers is on the field facing off against the Pittsburgh defense.

The following slides will discuss why the Steelers defense can stop Green Bay's offense.

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