Super Bowl XLV: Aaron Rodgers Writes a New Chapter To Packers History

February 7, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For a moment there, it felt as if the Pittsburgh Steelers were in position to manufacture another breathtaking comeback for the ages on one of the momentous national holidays in sports, a moment we crave the sentimental portraits, the wildest finish and clutch moments.
In the sense that America evidently worships football more than any other professional sport, when the Super Bowl every year normally accumulates enormous television ratings as families and friends gather collectively to watch the Super Bowl and gorge on the chips and dip, the Green Bay Packers can rightfully so be called America's Team.
This national perception now is that we are supposed to put forth our praise for traditionally a franchise known for triumphant victories in the past.
That's because the Packers were incredibly the most disciplined, famous and admirable franchise coached by the legendary Vince Lombardi, back in the age when Green Bay was the symbol o...

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