SuperBowl XLV – Declaration of Independence (Update: Packers Beat Steelers 31-25)


Nice job by the NFL with Super Bowl XLV in the reading of the Declaration of Independence. Also nicely done with a showing of the troops as well.

UPDATE I: Green Bay 21 – Pittsburgh 10 at the half.

UPDATE II: Its a final, the Lombardi Trophy is heading back home to Title Town … Packers win 31 – 25. The Steelers could not over come their 3 turnovers that lead to 21 Green Bay points. Has not been announced yet, but Aaron Rodgers has tio be Super Bowl MVP.

In a word … the team of the 60′s beat the team of the 70′s in the home of the team of the 90′s.

Posted February 6, 2011 by
NFL, Sports | 3 comments

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    3 Responses to “SuperBowl XLV – Declaration of Independence (Update: Packers Beat Steelers 31-25)”

    1. Declaration of Independence - TeamstersOnline on February 6th, 2011 10:20 pm

      [...] Declaration of Independence I thought this was pretty cool before the Super Bowl. SuperBowl XLV – Declaration of Independence (Update: Packers Beat Steelers 31-25) | Scared Mon… [...]

    2. chesehead39 on February 6th, 2011 10:50 pm


    3. Scared Monkeys on February 6th, 2011 10:56 pm

      Although I am not a Packer fan I was pulling for them. Being a Cowboy fan there is no way I could root for the Steelers.

      However, what I will say the game was not “Super”. It was a good game. I am most amazed with Aaron Rogers. I cannot remember the last time a QB has stepped into the position following a legend and done such a trememdous job.

      They are still waiting in Denver for the QB to follow Elway. The same can be said in Miami following Mariono. I guess we can go back to Steve Young following Joe Montana; however, Young was a proven good QB.

      They are waiting in Buffalo for the next Jim Kelly and Cleveland is waiting for the next Kozar.

      KUDOS to Aaron Rogers, he waited his turn and is now probably the #3 QB in the NFL only behind Brady and Manning.

      Lost in all this isn that Rodgers may bring more Super Bowls back to Title Town than Brett Favre.

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