Green Bay Packers quarterback and probable NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers will start his first playoff game at Lambeau Field against the New York Giants this Sunday afternoon. And he will lead his team to victory to play host to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.
Rodgers has been unstoppable this season, leading the Packers to a league-best 15-1 record and the NFC’s No. 1 seed, while posting eye-popping numbers along the way.
This time though, it’s going to be in cold, snowy conditions in Green Bay. But Rodgers doesn’t care; it won’t stop him. He gets back a healthy Greg Jennings to his receiving corps that’s arguably the best in the league.
He also gets back a healthy Chad Clifton to his offensive line that got some much-needed rest during the bye. Even Rodgers himself was able to rest up and prepare for the race to repeat as Super Bowl champions.
Although he’s already beginning his own legacy in Green Bay, he can do something his predecessor Brett Favre had the opportunity to do but never did, and that’s win back-to-back Super Bowl titles. There’s no reason why Rodgers can’t do it.
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