Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is Super Bowl’s XLV Most Valuable Player (MVP) as the Green Bay Packers win the Game

By on Feb 7, 2011 in Football, Sports, United States Comments

The Green Bay Packers won against the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25, with quarterback Aaron Rodgers is Super Bowl’s XLV Most Valuable Player (MVP.) This was reported by sports news all over the world, February 6, 2011.

Aaron Rodgers led the Packers, with his three touchdowns, 24 completed passes and an outstanding game, that left no doubt as to who the MVP would be. According to Green Bay Packers’ coach Mike McCarthy, they have put everything on Rodgers’ shoulders.

The Athletic Director of Butte College, Craig Rigsbee, said that Rodgers succeeded because of hard work. Rodgers’ coach at the Pleasant Valley High, Sterling Jackson, was equally proud of  Rodgers.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers is the “Man of the Hour” for the Packers and for Super Bowl XLV.

This is a video uploaded by wolfdawg28, of Aaron Rodgers accepting his MVP award.



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