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PITTSBURGH — Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, though disappointed his franchise isn’t participating in Super Bowl XLV, couldn’t have been any luckier with the Super Bowl draw.

The Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers — two of the game’s best brand names with two of the best traveling fans in all of sports — meet up in Arlington, Texas, for a chance to win the Lombardi Trophy.

The Steelers will be trying to take ownership of the Lombardi Trophy for the seventh time in franchise history. This will be their third trip in six years. The Packers are going for the fifth time (they’ve won three), but this is the first time they’ll have a chance to claim the Lombardi Trophy, named after their legendary former coach, against the team that has won it the most. It should make for great theater.

Here is the first round of questions heading into two weeks of Super Bowl hype.

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