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    A few STATS on the Superbowl teams (XLIII)

    PITTSBURGH STEELERS

    Regular Season:

    OFFENSE:
    #22- Overall (311.9 ypg)
    #20- Points (21.7 ppg)
    #17- Pass yds (206.3 ypg)
    #23- Rush yds (105.6 ypg)
    QB sacked 49 times

    DEFENSE:
    #1- Overall (237.2 ypg)
    #1- Points (13.9 ppg)
    #1- Pass (156.9 ypg)
    #2- Rush (80.2 ypg)
    51 sacks, +4 turnover ratio

    ARIZONA CARDINALS

    Regular Season:

    OFFENSE:
    #4- Overall (365.8 ypg)
    #3- Points (26.7 ppg)
    #2- Pass yds (292.1 ypg)
    #32- Rush yds (73.6 ypg)
    QB sacked 28 times

    DEFENSE:
    #19- Overall (331.5 ypg)
    #28- Points (26.6 ppg)
    #22- Pass (221.2 ypg)
    #16- Rush (110.2 ypg)
    31 sacks, 0 turnover ratio

    We can throw those stats out the window. Now take a look at the stats from the postseason.

    PITTSBURGH STEELERS

    OFFENSE:
    #6- Overall (308.5 ypg)
    #2- Points (29.0 ppg)
    #7- Pass yds (200.0 ypg)
    #5- Rush yds (108.5 ypg)
    QB sacked 5 times (2 games)

    DEFENSE:
    #2- Overall (244.0 ypg)
    #3- Points (19.0 ppg)
    #5- Pass (200.0 ypg)
    #1- Rush (44.0 ypg)
    7 sacks, +5 turnover ratio (2 games)

    ARIZONA CARDINALS

    OFFENSE:
    #3- Overall (362.0 ypg)
    #1- Points (31.7 ppg)
    #4- Pass yds (251.0 ypg)
    #4- Rush yds (111.0 ypg)
    QB sacked 3 times (3 games)

    DEFENSE:
    #6- Overall (324.3 ypg)
    #5- Points (20.7 ppg)
    #10- Pass (247.0 ypg)
    #6- Rush (77.3 ypg)
    7 sacks, +9 turnover ratio (3 games)

    I'm hoping for and looking forward to an exciting SUPERBOWL. The Cardinals have really picked-up their game especially running the ball and on defense in the post season.


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    Re: A few STATS on the Superbowl teams (XLIII)

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0 View Post
    I'm hoping for and looking forward to an exciting SUPERBOWL. The Cardinals have really picked-up their game especially running the ball and on defense in the post season.
    I'm looking forward to an exciting Super Bowl too, but as well as the Cardinals have picked things up, the Steelers continue to dominate on defense and scored points in bunches during the playoffs. This could be tough for Arizona.

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