Welcome to today's edition of The Victory Formation. Congratulations to the Green Bay Packers
I am sure everyone remembered about last night, so, let's go straight to the links (all-Super Bowl edition, the non-Super Bowl links will be in another post today):
Yup. Green Bay won the Super Bowl. (c/o Green Bay Press Gazette)
Aaron Rodgers wins MVP (c/o USA Today) and probably is one lucky guy, too. (c/o GossipCop)
Jordy Nelson smashed a very very old Super Bowl record for Green Bay. (c/o Austin American-Statesman)
Charles Woodson gets his ring. (c/o SB Nation Detroit)
Clay Matthews finally gets what is due on behalf of his great clan. (c/o NFL)
Guess who is coming to Wisconsin this week. (c/o Miami Herald)
Well, I thought it was only here in the Motherland that just had issues with the singing of the National Anthem. (c/o The Guardian)
Has been a tough week for Jerry Jones and the handling of the Super Bowl. This ices it. (c/o Detroit Free Press) Might be appropriate that he failed to break the record considering the zeal he had. (c/o Fox Sports Southwest)
The Black Eyed Peas performed at halftime. (c/o Los Angeles Times) And elicited different reactions. (c/o the New York Times). Quite simply, Pat and Big D simply encapsulated it with a response to what I thought were mic issues: The mic issues are the fact that they are on.
The commercials this year is said to be disappointing. (c/o New York Daily News) Feel free to make your own opinions after seeing them all here. (c/o Youtube)
To end today, The Lombardi Trophy's singing this particular song, as it returns to Titletown, USA.