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Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers Gets Championship Belt

We called the Super Bowl a matchup of good vs. evil when we compared Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rodgers. Good prevailed, as Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers went 24/39 for 304 yards and three touchdown passes, winning MVP honors. He even received a championship belt to prove it:

For the whole background on Rodgers’ championship belt, read this. I think it’s safe to say 12 is now the real “People’s Champ.”



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  • Anonymous

    I’m just shocked that Pittsland only had one gift phantom facemask and one gift phantom first down.

  • Anonymous

    Oh yeah, that’s right, I guess the facemask on Mendenhall in the first half which they showed on replay in the stadium but not on tv wasn’t a gift to the Packers. Did you hear the chorus of boo’s from the crowd, it was plain as day. How bout the repeated holding job on Woodley throughout the game, saw Vulaga tackle him at least 4 times. Talk about phantom, the holding calls on Flozell and Heat Miller, that’s called good blocking. For years everyone has cried about the NFL favoring the Steelers and wanting them to win the Super Bowl. Guess we know now who the NFL’s new favorite franchise is! If you don’t know the game, don’t comment on it SpinMax, I guess your name says it all!

  • http://www.facebook.com/mj.kasprzak Mj Kasprzak

    HOW BIASED ARE YOU? Bulaga (with a “B”–how ’bout at least learning the names of the guys you are slandering?) tackling Woodley “at least 4 times?” Gimme a break! Holding could be called on nearly every play, and I saw it twice get allowed by your line, too. HeatH (guess you can’t even spell your own players’ names right) Miller DEFINITELY held Matthews–it was so obvious I called it before seeing the replay as the camera went by him–much more of one than Lee’s penalty. “Defensive player of the year…up until the biggest game” launched into a helmet-to-helmet hit on Greg Jennings as he caught the touchdown. They could have called pass interference on Rodgers’ last pass attempt, and should have called illegal contact (EIGHT yards downfield) on Jones’ dropped pass.

    The officiating was good, it just didn’t go your way like you’ve come to expect. Whining just makes you appear pathetic–if the Packers had lost, it would not have been because of the missed calls I mentioned, but the drops and penalties they committed, as well as giving up on the run too soon.

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    I was expecting the refs to favor the Steelers much more than they did. They made a bad call on each team (the facemask on GB, the holding on Flozell). It was pretty fair.