The game turned out better than expected. Since my Saints, and the boy's Patriots were out, we were rooting for the Packers. The Superbowl trophy named for the famed genius of the Gridiron, Vince Lombardi, went home to Wisconsin (love the cheese, by the way). He turned a so-so team into the essence of achievement. Lombardi demanded hard work, true grit, strong determination and a attitude of never accepting defeat. Losing was not an option. The Packers did Vince proud, every time there was a threat of the Steelers fulfilling the biggest rebound in Superbowl history the Packers shut them down. As Brett Farve fades from the minds of Packer fans, rising up out of the ashes is a new Phoenix Aaron Rodgers. This game was definitely worth the time spent watching it.