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The Packers are champs. The Black Eyed Peas are chumps. Relive the final game for who-knows-how-long with our final Audibles of the season.
Ben Roethlisberger loves Billy Joel, James Harrison will be gentle during the Super Bowl, Peyton Manning isn't actually a machine, and more in this week's best quotes.
Our Super Bowl preview takes a look at plays from the past, examines the impact of injuries on both teams, and points to a huge mismatch to reveal the winner.
Most pundits seem to think that the Packers have an advantage in the trenches, but Ben Muth doesn't agree. Read why, and his prediction for the game in this week's article.
Hookers? Heart Attacks? Mike Tanier examines the sex-and-death mythology growing around the Super Bowl, then diagrams Troy Polamalu's interceptions in search of the truth about the Steelers defense.
How long will Christina Aguilera hold "brave" at the end of the national anthem? Will the coin land on heads or tails? Your Scramble writers take their annual stabs in the dark with prop bets.
In this week's college scouting installment, Doug Farrar returns from the Senior Bowl with impressions on three potential first-round tackles.
Sunday, the Super Bowl will be decided in Dallas. But once upon a time, the Super Bowl belonged to Dallas. Come revisit the Cowboys dynasty as we add another year to our DVOA database. Special bonus: The worst offense of the last 20 years.
Charles Woodson wants Obama to thank him personally for his vote, Twitter blows up Jay Cutler, the "best hair" battle of the Super Bowl is now underway, and more in this week's best quotes.
In a Bizzaro World playoff turnaround, the Steelers offensive line played their best game of the season. And the weirdest part? Jonathan Scott was the best player on the unit.