For now, it's on to Big D, where the Packers will try to win their fourth Super Bowl. Starr was the quarterback for the first two victories, in Super Bowls I and II. Favre won XXXI. Now it's Rodgers's turn. The Packers will have to find a way to counter Pittsburgh's pressure packages, but you can be sure the stage won't be too big for Rodgers. Or his team.
There's a coolness about this club. Veteran cornerback Charles Woodson was reminded that President Obama, a Chicagoan and devoted Bears fan, said he'd attend the Super Bowl if the Bears made it. If not he'd stay home.
"If Obama's not going to come see us at the Super Bowl," Woodson said, "then we'll just have to go see him in Washington."
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