Super Bowl XLV: Packers Pad Lead With Fourth Quarter Score On Field Goal

The Packers' offense has done nearly everything it can do to win Super Bowl XLV. Now, it'll be on the Packers' defense to shut down the Steelers and preserve a lead.

Aaron Rodgers led the Packers down the field again, throwing one dart to Greg Jennings for the drive's biggest gain, but couldn't finish it off, with a pass to Jordy Nelson in the end zone falling through the receiver's hands. Mason Crosby converted the short field goal, and the Packers lead, 31-25.

Rodgers has thrown for 304 yards and three touchdowns despite a slew of drops by his receivers. Again: if the Packers win Super Bowl XLV, Rodgers is almost assuredly your Super Bowl MVP.

For more on this game follow along with our Super Bowl XLV StoryStream, and check around the reset of SB Nation's Super Bowl hub for commercials, commentaries, and more.

Packers fans, visit Acme Packing Company; Steelers fans, head to Behind The Steel Curtain.

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