Green Bay Packers: Each Skill Player's Top Play of 2010
Each prominent skill player had at least one big play that will be remembered from their championship season. However, the tight end position didn't provide too many highlights after the loss of Jermichael Finley, so I didn't include it in the slideshow.
I hope you enjoy looking back at these tremendous plays of the 2010 season, but if you're not a Packer-backer, you have been warned, because regrets and anger may follow after viewing.
If any Packers fan didn't already love Donald Driver, they certainly fell knee deep in affection for the veteran after watching this play of determination and greatness.
If I counted, right he broke three tackles before the fourth attempt by three 49ers finally brought him down in the endzone.
Jackson had great blocking, but he was patient and found his way into the endzone on the screen pass. Unfortunately, he couldn't run as well as he could catch out of the backfield, and this was his last dance as a Packer.
I had the pleasure of watching this play from the bleachers in Lambeau Field and it sure happened fast. Greg Jennings broke away from the coverage and Rodgers delivered him a beautfiul pass.
The rest was history as Jennings took it the rest of the way for the longest scores of both players' careers thus far.
Perhaps the Super Bowl MVP's greatest play was making a game-saving tackle on Brian Urlacher in the NFC Championship game, but that also came on his worst play of the season.
Rodgers had so many throws in 2010 as he connected with his talented group of receivers, but on this one he did it all on his own.
He made several Falcons defenders look like fools before diving into the endzone and reasserting that the championship belt, in fact, belonged to him.
Although he had several frustrating drops in the big game, Jordy Nelson came through on this play with an impressive catch to give the Packers the first score.
He ended up being the leading receiver in Super Bowl XLV with 140 yards.
After dropping several sure touchdowns earlier in the season, James Jones did not let this ball get away from him.
He went up to fight with Atlanta's Brent Grimes in the endzone and came down with it for his most impressive catch of the season.
There's no doubt James Starks had an incredible postseason for a rookie, but that was pretty much the only time he saw the field in 2010.
He had several nice runs against the Eagles as he racked up over 100 yard; however, his first touchdown against the Bears is probably his best play and can be found at the end of the highlight reel.