Super Bowl, Green Bay Packers MVP: Mr Rodgers’ Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood

February 7, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

How can you let a team out of the hole to start the second half in the biggest game ever, have all the momentum turn around, have your defensive backs get decimated by injuries, have your receivers drop passes and still pull it out? Ask Mr. Rodgers. 
Aaron Rodgers' ability to overcome adversity during the game was actually pretty amazing. If it had been me, I would have been too busy hating on my receivers and the remaining defensive backs to concentrate on winning the Super Bowl. Give Rodgers credit for being able to forgive his teammates with high jersey numbers and keep moving on. 
Green Bay's defense has to be given a little credit, as they were able to hold off a lot of near misses by the Pittsburgh offense. Early on, Mendenhall was not able to get around the corner, and the big plays were not there in enough numbers for the Steelers.
The offenses definitely ruled the day. Everybody who bet on the "under" was out by the early fourth quarter.
So even w...

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