While most of the country continues to be set in a deep freeze, the anticipation to Super Bowl XLV is heating up in the Dallas area. With the ice finally melting away, throngs of fans donned in either green-and-yellow or black-and-gold will be entering Jerry's World in what can be described as one of the most anticipated Super Bowl match-ups in recent memory.
The Green Bay Packers are making their first trip to the big game since John Elway broke the hearts of cheeseheads around the world in 1997, depriving the Pack of a back to back championships. They are led by Aaron Rodgers, who most believe is only 60 minutes away from becoming one of the elite quarterbacks in the league.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have done their best to tell the world that America's team resides in the steel city. With two Super Bowls in the past five years, the Steelers will be going for a record seventh-championship, being led by the controversial, but remarkably clutch quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
With a match-up that could quite possibly come down to the last possession, each team will need to exploit the weaknesses—however small they are—of the opponent.
In order for the Pack to succeed, and bring the Lombardi trophy back to Green Bay, here are five keys to a Super Sunday for the Packers.