Super Bowl XLV News and Notes - 2/6/11

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger concerns himself with the next game, not his legacy, writes Michael Sanserino of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Roethlisberger and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers take center stage tonight, writes Scott Brown of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

Roethlisberger and Rodgers are moving into the elite category among NFL quarterbacks, writes Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Rodgers' patience has paid off for the Packers, writes Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Roethlisberger will repay his debt to his teammates, writes Ron Cook.

Troy Polamalu and Roethlisberger won't allow Joe Starkey to make the logical choice in his Super Bowl pick.

A Super Bowl tonight would be the 12th championship for the city of Pittsburgh in the last 40 years.

The current Packers resemble the 1990s model for success, writes Rob Demovsky of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Former Steelers Jerome Bettis and Dermontti Dawson did not get the call to the Hall of Fame on Saturday.

Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette previews tonight's game.

Mark Kaboly does the same for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

The Packers have the horses to take advantage of Pittsburgh's weaknesses, writes Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Staffers of the Journal-Sentinel and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette picked the team they cover.

All four Green Bay Press-Gazette writers are picking the Packers.

Socialism works in the NFL, writes Gene Collier.

The Steelers placed Maurkice Pouncey on injured reserve on Saturday.

Packers linebacker Erik Walden is a long-shot to play tonight.

A half-dozen players on the Packers avoided the injury report entirely in 2010.

Packers linebacker Clay Matthews' persistence has made him one of the NFL's best linebackers, writes Bob Cohn.

Defensive coordinators Dick LeBeau and Dom Capers will match wits with their zone blitz schemes, writes Kevin Gorman.

The Packers secondary coaches have molded an elite unit, Gary D'Amato.

Packers cornerback Charles Woodson has played through many injuries in his quest for a Super Bowl ring.

The Packers found their swagger after a mid-December loss to New England.

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