The Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 in Super Bowl XLV, and with it brought back a trophy that carries the namesake of the their legendary head coach, Vince Lombardi.
It has been 14 years since the Packers have handled a Lombardi Trophy, and the doubters wondered if they could ever win another one without Brett Favre.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers silenced his critics, and by winning the Super Bowl MVP award, has done something that Brett Favre was never able to do.
From the very start, the Packers seemed to come out with the momentum and the energy it takes to win a big game.
In a game that saw the Steelers lead in almost every offensive category including time of possession, the Steelers on the other hand seemed flat, if not overconfident, and by the time they awoke in the second half, their best efforts were stunted by ugly turnovers and stupid penalties.
With no further ado, the final installment of “The Good, Bad, and Ugly,” Super Bowl Edition...