Super Bowl XLV: Green Bay Packers Bring Home Lombardi Trophy WIth 31-25 Victory
Super Bowl XLV Sees the Green Bay Packers Defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers By a Final Score of 31-25
In the already-immortal words of Joe Buck, the Lombardi Trophy is coming home.
Indeed, things have just gone final at Cowboys Stadium, and it is the Green Bay Packers coming away victorious in Super Bowl XLV, as the Pack defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers by the final score of 31-25.
Super Bowl MVP honors went to Aaron Rodgers, who paced the Packers offense with 304 yards passing and three touchdowns. He is the first quarterback from the University of California to ever win a Super Bowl, and it's probably safe to say that he has at long last completely escaped from Brett Favre's shadow.
In the end, the Steelers were undone by turnovers. They committed three of them, two on interceptions by Ben Roethlisberger and one on a fumble by Rashard Mendenhall, and all three led to Packers touchdowns. One of those was on a pick-six by Nick Collins in the first quarter, which came just 17 NFL championship titles. And given the amount of youth and talent on their roster, it's reasonable to think that we might be looking at the NFL's next dynasty team.
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