Super Bowl XLV – Steelers and Packers full with injury at half time


 Super Bowl XLV is at its peak in Dallas and second half is ready to kick off.  The Green Bay Packers cornerbacks Charles Woodson and Sam Shields had shoulder injury and Packers safety Nick Collins went to the locker room early to receive intravenous fluids.  With Green Bay leading the game with 21-10 at the half, how much the Woodson and Shields will influence the results.

Steelers and Packers lost wide receivers to injuries early, as the Steelers’ Emmanuel Sanders left the game with a foot injury and the Packers’ Donald Driver went to the locker room with an ankle injury.  As per the latest reports X-rays were negative on Driver’s ankle, but his return remained questionable.

Sanders left the game with a foot injury while Driver’s leg buckled on a hard hit by Pittsburgh’s James Farrior and James Harrison in the second quarter.  Also, Steelers cornerback Bryant McFadden injured a hip in the first quarter...

but was able to return.

As we have seen in the past, injuries in football is not uncommon.  But, injury to critical players can swing the game one way or another.  Looks like Sheilds will be able to play Super Bowl, but Woodson is out.  What do you think of final outcome?

Go Packers!



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