Super Bowl XLV: Who Holds the Edge Between Pittsburgh and Green Bay?

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Super Bowl XLV: Who Holds the Edge Between Pittsburgh and Green Bay?
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On Sunday, we will have a new Super Bowl champion. After months of hard work, this is what it all comes down to.

Players have trained all year for their chance to shine in the Super Bowl. Only two teams remain in Pittsburgh and Green Bay. The team of the 1960s versus the team of the 1970s.

Titletown vs. Super Bowl Town. This is an NFL fan's dream matchup.

Green Bay went 10-6 in the regular season. After seeing 15 players end up on injured reserve, they had to win their final two regular season games just to make the playoffs.

The Packers travelled to Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Chicago en route to Super Bowl XLV.

Pittsburgh went 12-4 and earned the AFC's number two seed. They won the AFC North and got a bye, but did have to face Baltimore for a third time during the playoffs.

The Steelers beat Baltimore and the New York Jets, both at home, on their way to Dallas.

After months of training, pre-season games, regular season games, and playoffs, these two teams will duke it out one last time. This is for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Who holds the edge? Let's take a look.

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