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Aaron Rodgers Owns JerryWorld



    Aaron Rodgers Owns JerryWorld
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    Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers celebrates after Mason Crosby kicked the game-winning field goal as time expired against the Dallas Cowboys in a NFC Divisional Playoff game at AT&T Stadium Jan. 15, 2017. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

    I saw Aaron Rodgers win Super Bowl XLV Feb. 6, 2011, at then Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.

    Six years later at AT&T Stadium (JerryWorld changed its name for money), I saw the Packers future Hall of Fame quarterback amaze like Michael Jordan did at the peak of his NBA career and send the 13-3 Cowboys home.

    Who can lead his team to a game winning field goal with just 35 seconds and two time outs?

    Aaron Rodgers.

    After the game, he spoke about the fact his team had 35 seconds of clock left.

    "There's too much time on the clock. We've got a good repartee of plays for the end of the game, whether it's hail maries or other plays we've done over the years. It's kind of draw for them and we just picked it out, and we executed well and that was the most important part of the game."

    Did I mention he didn't have his top receiver target Jordy Nelson, who was out with broken ribs?

    Call me a believer. The man owns Arlington. 

    Maybe he will win his second Super Bowl in Texas (Houston) next month.