Published: February 6th, 2011 | Tags: Chris Kemoeatu,
ARLINGTON, Texas — The Steelers came out with a strong running formation with two tight ends, two running backs and one receiver. The Packers went with a 4-4 defense and only three defensive backs. That is a defense designed to stop the run and the Packers couldn’t.
The Steelers bounced the ball outside twice against that formation.
The guard Chris Kemoeatu was outstanding. The best I’ve seen since he replaced Alan Faneca.
Now the pressure is on Aaron Rodgers. He needs to make some big plays. John Kuhn is in there, so this is their play-action set. Let’s see if Troy Polamalu bites on it.