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And we have the first score in Super Bowl XLV. Aaron Rodgers found Jordy Nelson for a touchdown on a go route up the right sideline late in the first quarter, and Mason Crosby gave the Packers a 7-0 lead with his extra point.
The Packers got things rolling with a strike from Rodgers to Nelson and a run right by James Starks to move the chains on a third and inches, then got their first yardage on first down all night with a quick slant to Nelson.
The Packers chewed up more ground with their short passing game, then connected on the deep throw to Nelson from a third and one at the Steelers 30.