2011 Super Bowl: Packers' Second Half Struggles Continue With Three And Out

And now it's the Packers' offense that can't do anything right in Super Bowl XLV.

Dealing with a hampered Donald Driver and a Steelers defense that has found its footing — plus a crowd that sounds like it's at least two-thirds Terrible Towel-wavers — the Packers couldn't do anything on their second drive in the second half, going three and out.

Aaron Rodgers tried to escape the pocket to make a third down throw and move the chains, but was tripped up from behind. Rodgers has made plays all year with his mobility, and has been especially effective while moving around in the playoffs, but that hasn't been the case at all against the fast Steelers defense in this Super Bowl.

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