Super Bowl 2011: Now That Aaron Rodgers Is MVP, Can We Finally Forget Favre?

February 7, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With a victory in Super Bowl XLV, the Green Bay Packers bring the Lombardi Trophy back to "Titletown."
Aaron Rodgers has been elevated to official elite status with the MVP. The Pittsburgh Steelers eighth trip to the big game ended up being their second loss. 
However, for all NFL fans, there is one thing that was most importantly achieved.
Brett Favre should no longer be in any conversation going forward regarding the Green Bay Packers.
When it looked like the Steelers were making a serious comeback in the second half, the Packers put the game in the hands of Aaron Rodgers. They put their faith and trust in him and he delivered big time. The Cheese Nation is celebrating their Super Bowl victory because of it.
And the world is celebrating the official demise of Brett Favre.
No more Rachel Nichols camping out in Favre's front lawn in Mississippi; no more talk about the impact Favre has had in Green Bay over the past 20 years; no more question general m...

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