Monday, February 07, 2011

Green Bay Packers bring the Lombardi Trophy back home!

Packers beat the Steelers 31-25 !

What a exhilarating Super Bowl!

The Green Bay Packers met the Pittsburgh Steelers in a nail chomping, hair pulling battle for the Lombardi Trophy! 
It seemed to start like a ping-pong game back and forth between two equally great teams, with each team keeping the other from their goal line. The Packers quickly changed that with two touchdowns and the real battle began. The Steelers were able to squeak out a field goal before half time to knock the goose egg off of their side of the score board.

The second half was a totally different game! Both sides scratching and fighting to add another score. Green Bay had lost 3 important players to injuries just before half time. Donald Driver and Charles Woodsons presence were noticeably missed off the filed.
Both teams played admirably and kept the score tight the whole 2nd half. These type of games keep fans and players on the edge of their seats. I prefer to watch a game that is for a World Championship Title to be of equal caliber. It shows the best of the best, players are called upon to show case their skills and work as a team. Some fans may of been sad by a loss, but were not disappointed by a massacre.

Clay Matthews and Aaron Rodgers enjoy the Lombardi Trophy

Yes, I am happy that the Packers are bringing Vince home once again. But I need to mention that the Steelers did not make it easy. There were some key interceptions that were utilized into touch-downs, but Pittsburgh did not give up without a good fight. The Steelers were very worthy opponents.
You can find all the stats and play by play analysis all over the net. I am happy just to share my happiness for the Green and Gold, colors of Titletown, U.S.A.
These are a few of my favorite images from the celebration at winning Super Bowl XLV. They show case that family is still an important part of American spirit, in sports as well as everyday life.

A.J. Hawk with his 2 month old daughter

Charles Woodson and family

Raw emotion after years of hard work

Donald Driver

Small town Pride!

Collins and Matthews celebrate a touchdown

The Lombardi trophy is once again coming home. Home to Green Bay, WI. the smallest city in the NFL market with a fan base all over the world. With hearts and spirit even bigger!

The Pack is Back!
Next stop at home for the Return to Titletown
parade and city celebration.

Thank you for reading and sharing 
this exciting season with me.
Until next time,
your 'Not so' sports reporter...

Did you watch the super bowl? What was your favorite memory from the game? Did you like any of the commercials this year? (me, only 1 or 2)

photo credits, AP and Reuters


  1. Nice write up :)

    It was a pretty good game. Didn't see any commercials I liked...

  2. It was an exciting game. I was grateful for that. I thought the Pack played fantastic. I was happy for Rogers.

    BTW, my favorite Superbowl moment was A-Rod getting hand fed popcorn by Cameron Diaz.

  3. TerryLynn12:02 PM

    I could just see the excitement coming out of your roof when they WON sis,ha!!!!!!! Congratulations Packers!!!!on a job well done, and for all the true blue fans that have stood beside them thru "thick and thin"!!!!! Aaron you are my favorite guy! thanks for being such a great role model, leader, and quarterback!!!

  4. Haha, you should be a sport writer!

  5. It sounds like a fabulous game for the Packers fans:)

    I wanted to stop by and thank you for participating in last week’s Wednesday Window @ Frugality Is Free.

    Congratulations you are this week's featured blog!

  6. YEAH! My family and I finally had a team to root for this year because of the packers!

    Found you on the frugality is free favorite blog post hop!

    AubrieAnne @

  7. Nice run down! There weren't any of our fav teams playing, so it was really subdued around here. Congrats on being featured:)

  8. wayyyy to gooooo! :D

  9. Clicked on over from Wednesday Window!

    This was an exciting game for sure!


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