The Pittsburgh Steelers face a good offense in the Super Bowl next week. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers passing attack was one of the better ones in the league during the 2010 regular season.
Since Rodgers came back from his second concussion, the offense has seemed to be even better.
But the Steelers secondary isn't a pushover. It's had its issues, but so has the Packers offense.
So let's breakdown the two units and see which one has the best chance to come out on top on Super Bowl Sunday.