Super Bowl 2011: Can the Green Bay Packers Be the NFL's Newest Dynasty

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Super Bowl 2011: Can the Green Bay Packers Be the NFL's Newest Dynasty
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The Green Bay Packers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV and brought the Vince Lombardi Trophy back home to Titletown, USA.

Aaron Rodgers had a brilliant performance with a stat line of 24-39, 304 yards, three touchdowns and zero interceptions. This doesn't include about 100 yards of dropped passes by the Packers wide receivers.

The defense also played great, forcing Pittsburgh to make three turnovers, including the fumble to start the fourth quarter. They made Big Ben look uncomfortable from the start and the Packers took advantage.

The Packers are world champs in 2011, and this team isn't going anywhere. The Packers are one of the youngest teams in the NFL and they are led by 27-year-old QB, Aaron Rodgers.

Green Bay will be very good in the immediate future, and they will compete at a high level for the years to come.

I know that this is a premature argument and discussion, but it is a serious question that should be asked following Vince Lombardi's return to Green Bay:

Can the Green Bay Packers become the newest NFL dynasty?

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