Packers vs. Falcons: Why Aaron Rodgers Makes the Packers Super Bowl Favorties

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Packers vs. Falcons: Why Aaron Rodgers Makes the Packers Super Bowl Favorties
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"Go Pack Go" chants flooded the Georgia Dome as the Green Bay Packers dismantled the top NFC seed Saturday night, making short work of the Atlanta Falcons, 48-21.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers was the man with the golden hand, throwing for 366 yards and three touchdowns, highlighting the serious issues that withstand in the current Pro Bowl voting system after being snubbed two weeks ago.

Rodgers himself doesn't care, though.

All that matters to Green Bay right now is next week.  And the one after that.  The Packers have penciled in their date for next Sunday's NFC Championship Game, and are now waiting for an RSVP from either the Chicago Bears or the Seattle Seahawks.

That reply will be announced shortly.

In the meantime, here's a look at why No. 12 is destined to lead the Packers all the way this season, and if this weekend's performance against Atlanta was impressive enough, here's a reminder of what Rodgers is capable of in the next two games.

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