Press-box view at Super Bowl XLV

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Finally, game day. Random thoughts and observations from Super Bowl XLV:

• Curious to see the Green Bay Packers' run-pass ratio in this game. I mean, they have to run a little bit, don't they? They have to keep the Pittsburgh Steelers somewhat honest on defense.

• What's the over-under on how long it takes Steelers LB James Harrison to deliver a borderline hit? I say 10 minutes.

• I think you're going to hear the names William Gay and Anthony Madison called a lot. They're the Steelers' third and fourth corners, and they're going to be on the field a lot. The Packers will spread the field and attack with their three- and four-receiver packages.

• The Steelers and Packers have won 18 world championships between them, with Green Bay's 12 titles more than any team in NFL history. The Steelers have won six Super Bowls, the most of any team.

• Wonder what Brett Favre is thinking today.

Aaron Rodgers' completion percentage in the postseason (69.6) is No. 2 in NFL history (minimum 100 attempts). Want to guess who's No. 1? You won't. I'll print the answer below.

• Talked to a bunch of Hall of Fame voters in the press box. I think Curtis Martin is a virtual lock for next year.

Doug Legursky vs. B.J. Raji. I stood next to Legursky during media day on Tuesday, and I was surprised by how small he is. He's listed at 6-1, 315. I guess I'm used to being around Mangold-sized centers. He's going to have problems with the 340-pound (conservatively) Raji.

• Prediction: Packers 27, Steelers 24.

• Game MVP: Rodgers. Brett who?

• Unexpected hero: RB James Starks.

• Goat: Steekers PK Shaun Suisham.

• Answer to trivia question: Erik Kramer (91-for-130, 70.0 percent).