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Super Bowl 2011: Aaron Rodgers Wins Super Bowl XLV and Wins Green Bay Over

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Super Bowl 2011: Aaron Rodgers Wins Super Bowl XLV and Wins Green Bay Over
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The date has been set and the teams have earned their spots in the Super Bowl. The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers will go head to head in this year's Super Bowl. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay's quarterback, will make it rain out on the field and will wrap up not only a Super Bowl Championship, but the Super Bowl MVP as well. 

Already having an amazing playoff run, Aaron Rodgers is set to put his name in the history books. Most importantly, with a victory, Aaron Rodgers will finally not be compared to Brett Favre. The Green Bay Packers will finally be Aaron Rodgers' team.

The only question that people will have about Aaron Rodgers is how many Super Bowls this kid will win. His resume will be completely filled up. No more when will Rodgers win a playoff game, when will Rodgers make it to the Super Bowl, and so on and so forth. 

At this point, the San Francisco 49ers are kicking themselves in the butt for not taking Aaron Rodgers in the 2005 NFL Draft. This could have been the 49ers in Super Bowl XVL, but instead they went with Alex Smith, and they are dearly paying for that. 

Aaron Rodgers is easily becoming one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL and with a Super Bowl title, he can be compared with the best in the game right now, like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady

Look for Aaron Rodgers to go off in this Super Bowl and come Sunday night, him and his team will be holding up the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The Steelers will give the Packers a good run, but in the end Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers will be more than the Pittsburgh Steelers can handle. 

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