Inside The Numbers: Drafting A Super Bowl

The grind of playing 16 regular season games and in some cases, like the 2010 Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers, 20 games overall during one calendar season creates tremendous wear and tear on the bodies of pro football players. By season’s end, after the grind, it’s depth that puts a team over the top.

After another season of covering games it’s spring cleaning time…time to decide what to toss from the endless amount of programs, paper, and team guides. When I came across the flip card for Super Bowl XLV between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers (which shows the starters along with the entire roster), I decided to take another look at who started the game. One thing led to another and before I knew it, I was jotting down the draft round each starter was selected and we were going Inside the

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