Defensive Coordinator Dom Capers has absolutely done a fantastic job this year with his defense, and the general thought is that he might be leaving the Green Bay Packers and heading to the ranks of the head coaches once again soon. Green Bay is perfectly content if he stays though, as he has really transformed a unit from a young bunch that really was nothing but raw talent, into a formidable foe that can single handedly win the Super Bowl. Check out the chances that the 'D' for the Pack can help them beat the Super Bowl betting lines.

Super Sack Master Matthews: We know that LB Clay Matthews really didn't have that great of a middle of the season, but the way that he came out of the blocks and the way that he has finished has been absolutely remarkable. He had six sacks in his first two games of the year, and he just hasn't looked back, accounting for 17 sacks in total on the year, including 3.5 in the postseason. Matthews has gotten to the passer at least once in all three postseason games, and there is no doubt that he can cause just as much havoc when he isn't collecting stats as he is when he is in the quarterback's back pocket. The former USC Trojan is the man most likely to make the game changing play out of all of the Packers, and you should keep that in mind when analyzing the Super Bowl MVP odds.

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Shields Shining in Spotlight: It's not often that you see a man that was an undrafted rookie making such a huge impact in the playoffs, but my, has DB Sam Shields done just that. All of a sudden, Shields went from a man that was sparingly used to one that was used on virtually every single down. He had a pair of picks against the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, and he was really the star of the show. What we have to remember about Shields is that he was a converted wide receiver as well at the University of Miami. He'll inevitably be a huge help, especially in nickel situations when the Steelers are spreading names like WR Hines Ward, WR Antwaan Randle El, and WR Mike Wallace out wide.

Williams' Picks Guide Pack through the Playoffs: Though we know that Shields was great against the Bears and that DB Charles Woodson is really the best veteran presence on this roster (and one of just two players that has any Super Bowl experience on the team!), DB Tramon Williams is going to be the man that can make the difference in this secondary. Williams picked off QB Michael Vick once and QB Matt Ryan twice in the first two rounds of the playoffs, and he has clearly been nothing short of amazing. That pick against the Atlanta Falcons essentially ended the game, as Williams raced 70 yards in the opposite direction right at the gun of halftime to take what could have been a tied game, and made it a 14 point advantage that would never been conceded. We also have to remember that Williams is a fantastic punt returner as well, and though he didn't return one for a TD this year, he did average 8.0 yards per return and is incredibly explosive.

Final Verdict: There is a reason that the Packers only allowed 309.1 yards per game this year. They were fantastic in the secondary all year long, and though they sometimes had some holes against ground games, they were always competitive. Green Bay has already shut out a New York Jets team that looked a lot like these Steelers earlier this year, on the road nonetheless, and there is no reason to think that a strong outing isn't in the cards in this Super Bowl wagering war.