GThe Packers hung on to win their fourth Super Bowl title, writes Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
A Steelers comeback fell short, writes Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
The more experienced team was not the best team on Sunday night, writes John Harris of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers repaid his debt to the Packers organization.
Rodgers’ Super Bowl dream came true on Sunday night, writes Joe Posnanski of Sports Illustrated.
Rodgers’ MVP award cements his status among the NFL’s elite quarterbacks, writes Mark Kaboly.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger put the loss on his shoulders.
Rodgers and a tough defense brought the Lombardi Trophy back to Green Bay.
No Packers team endured as much hardship as this one did, writes Mike Vandermause of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.
The Steelers overcame many hardships to reach Super Bowl XLV, as well.
“It went differently than we planned but we never blinked,” Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said.
McCarthy had his players fitted for rings on Saturday night.
The Packers had a pass-heavy approach on offense, running the ball just 11 times on Sunday.
Hoisting the Lombardi Trophy eased the pain of injured veterans Donald Driver and Charles Woodson, writes Lori Nickel.
Others stepped up when Woodson and Sam Shields went down with injuries.
Packers safety Nick Collins’ pick-six created “a tidal wave of momentum“, writes Jason Wilde of ESPN Milwaukee.
Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson had a big game after Driver left with an ankle injury.
Steelers president Art Rooney II still feels good about the organization, Tim Gardner of USA Today reports.
Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward got a game ball in Gerry Dulac’s two-minute drill.
Ward will be back next season, reports Scott Brown of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Pittsburgh’s secondary and special teams delivered sub-par performances on Sunday night.
Rodgers targeted receivers who were covered by Steelers cornerbacks Bryant McFadden and William Gay.
Christina Aguilera botched the national anthem.
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