It's a Cheesehead nation as Rodgers and the Packers are Superdooper

Aaron Rodgers is America’s latest matinee idol.
Climaxing one of the most brilliant postseasons for any quarterback, Rodgers engineered the Green Bay Packers to their first NFL championship in 14 years tonight with a corpuscle-popping, nerve-fraying, neuron-frying 31-25 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Arlington, Texas.
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The Super Bowl has become a cathedral to achievement, making Super Sunday a secular religious holiday without any oxymoron trappings.
Rodgers, the game’s MVP, sprinkled stardust by throwing for 304 yards and three touchdowns, two to Greg Jennings, as the Pack overcame even more injuries Sunday night in a M*A*S*H season to extend their record of NFL titles to 13, nine before the Super Bowl era. They became the second No. 6 seed to win the championship. Coincidentally, the 2005 Steelers were the other.
Few games reveal the limits of ego and courage so nakedly as football. And the Packers amply demonstrated their greatness in this epic encounter. They built a 21-3 lead, capitalizing on Pittsburgh turnovers, then had to hang on after the Steelers whittled the lead to 21-17 after three quarters.
The Packers didn’t wilt, even though injuries to cornerbacks Charles Woodson and Sam Shields along with wide receiver Donald Driver further crippled a squad with more guys on injured reserve than Washington had at Valley Forge.
With the Steelers including Mo Mentum in their huddle and tens of thousands of Pittsburgh fans twirling Terrible Towels in the stands and possibly driving for the go-ahead touchdown, running back Richard Mendenhall fumbled on a hit by Green Bay’s Samson long-haired, passion-and-pursuit linebacker Clay Matthews Jr. and Green Bay took over at its 45.
And the momentum swung back to Green Bay, which exhibited once again a mystical instinct that enabled it to quickly concoct an escape hatch.
All that remained was for the Packers to cruise down the exclusive boulevard of realized dreams, moving into an epoch of prosperity and light.