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.