The meeting of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers

A matchup of two of the N.F.L.'s most storied franchises. A throwdown between dominant defenses.
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Feb. 9, 2011 - PRLog -- The meeting of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV will be many things. A road trip extraordinaire to Dallas for devoted fans bearing Terrible Towels and Cheeseheads.
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And an absolute nightmare for the Cowboys and their fans, whose distaste for the Washington Redskins might be superseded by only their hatred for the Packers, who prevented them from playing in Super Bowls I and II, and for the Steelers, who beat them in Super Bowls X and XIII. The Super Bowl that the Dallas owner Jerry Jones hoped would include the home team playing at Cowboys Stadium instead features two guests as unwanted in Dallas as bedbugs.

"Isn't it great?" said Dave Robinson, a linebacker for the Packers teams that beat the Cowboys in the N.F.L. championship games that sent the Cowboys home.

"They were always the bridesmaids when we were playing," Robinson said. "I rooted for the Cowboys, because I knew we could beat the Cowboys. Every time I heard 'America's Team,' it ticked me off."      dell latitude d820 battery

The Packers and the Steelers go back a lot further than the Cowboys — they first met in the 1933 season — but until now they have never played each other in the postseason, and do not have the rivalry with each other that they do with Dallas.

Those two rivalries might be best summed up by a classic moment from Super Bowl X. Steelers kicker Roy Gerela had just missed a 33-yard field goal when Dallas free safety Cliff Harris patted Gerela on the helmet and said, "Way to go." Middle linebacker Jack Lambert took exception, lifted Harris off his feet and flung him to the ground. After the game, Steelers Coach Chuck Noll shrugged it off. "Jack Lambert is a defender of what is right," he said.

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