2011 Super Bowl Score: Packers Push Lead To 21-3 With Greg Jennings Touchdown Catch

The Packers' offense is living up to the hype and dominating the big stage at Cowboys Stadium. The Steelers might want to remind their defense that Super Bowl XLV has started.

After a Jarrett Bush interception set the Packers up at midfield, Aaron Rodgers aerated the Steelers secondary, throwing frozen ropes and hitting Greg Jennings over the middle for a drive-ending touchdown pass. A Mason Crosby extra point pushed the Packers' lead to 21-3.

Jennings' catch was an excellent one: he leaped into the air for a high throw from Rodgers, then held on after being rattled by a huge hit from Troy Polamalu.

If the Steelers don't start competing either on offense or defense, and quickly, this Super Bowl could be a blowout. If they don't start competing with both units, Green Bay might win this one by 50.

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