Green Bay Packers: Players Deem Cornerback Charles Woodson New Team Leader

January 29, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is nothing the Green Bay Packers may have wanted more than a giant eraser during the 2008 regular season. 
Extinguishing ex-quarterback Brett Favre's hoodoo has been a major challenge for Aaron Rodgers, but with limited experience to his name, taking over one of the league's biggest franchises was a daunting task.
I guess it could be said that Rodgers originally had the short end of the stick.  Favre was lucky enough to stroll in behind starting quarterback Don Majkowski in 1992, to then rally for a Super Bowl victory in 1997 against the New England Patriots.
That isn't to say Rodgers can't pull of the very same in eight days' time.
Next Sunday, Cowboys Stadium will be jam packed with over 111,000 screaming fans (including standing room attendance).  Owner Jerry Jones has been expecting this remarkable moment since the grounds' opening in 2009, yet the entire Dallas Cowboys organization could not have asked for a better match up to host.

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