Emmanuel Sanders #88 of the Pittsburgh Steelers attempts to catch a pass against Tramon Williams #38 of the Green Bay Packers in the second quarter of Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium on February 6, 2011 in Arlington, Texas.
Kiss and tell
Green Bay wide receiver Donald Driver kisses the Vince Lombardi Trophy after the Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday in Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
One to remember
Green Bay's Matt Wilhelm celebrates with his family after the Packers won Super Bowl XLV against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Photo: Kevin C. Cox / Getty Images North America
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews celebrates after his team won Super Bowl XLV against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Photo: Kevin C. Cox / Getty Images North America
That's all she wrote
Fans and players celebrate the Green Bay Packers' fourth Super Bowl title.
Whatever it takes
Despite being forced to sit out the second half with a broken collarbone, 2009 NFL Defensive Player of the Year Charles Woodson of Green Bay holds up the Vince Lombardi Trophy after winning his first Super Bowl ring.
To the victors go the spoils
Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews celebrate after the Packers were awarded their fourth Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Leader of the Pack
Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers celebrates at midfield after the Packers took down the Steelers 31-25.
Hold it high
Green Bay head coach Mike McCarthy holds up the Vince Lombardi Trophy after the Packers won Super Bowl XLV.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy is congratulated by Steelers boss Mike Tomlin after the Packers' 31-25 win in Super Bowl XLV.
Green is good
After throwing for 304 yards and three touchdowns, Aaron Rodgers is named the MVP of Super Bowl XLV.
It's all over, folks
Clay Matthews (52) and Cullen Jenkins (77) celebrate after an incomplete pass by Ben Roethlisberger clinches the game for the Packers.
Twist and shout
Desmond Bishop tackles Heath Miller late in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XLV.
Brothers in arms
Ramon Foster (73) celebrates with Antwaan Randle El (82) after Randle El's 2-point conversion in the fourth quarter.
I don't want it, you take it
Ben Roethlisberger pitches the ball back to Antwaan Randle El for a 2-point conversion as the Steelers cut the Packers' lead to 28-25 with 7:34 left in Super Bowl XLV.
Jordy Nelson pulls in one of his nine catches for 140 yards on the day.
Get outta my way
Sam Shields misses a tackle on the Steelers' Rashard Mendenhall late in the second half of Super Bowl XLV.
Juuuuuust a bit outside
Jordy Nelson leaps but is unable to reach the end zone after a long catch and run during the second half. The Packers scored a touchdown two plays later to take a 28-17 lead.
Pick it up!
Desmond Bishop recovers a Rashard Mendenhall fumble in the third quarter.
Down and out
Charles Woodson is slow to get up after breaking up a play late in the first half. He left the game and did not return.
Bump and run
Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson is pushed out of bounds by Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons in the third quarter. Photo: Doug Pensinger / Getty Images North America
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) and Packers linebacker Clay Matthews collide while chasing a loose ball during the second half.
Hang on tight
Rashard Mendenhall finishes off an 8-yard touchdown run as the Steelers narrow Green Bay's lead to 21-17 in the third quarter. Photo: Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images North America
What's the call?
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy reacts to a call against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Photo: Full Length/Streeter Lecka / Getty Images North America
Break it up
Defended by the Steelers' William Gay, Packers wide receiver James Jones drops a pass in the third quarter. Photo: Full Length/Streeter Lecka / Getty Images North America
Make a run for it
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger scrambles with the ball during Super Bowl XLV against the Green Bay Packers. Photo: TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP
Second-half game planning
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin watched his team score late in the first half to cut the halftime deficit to 21-10. Photo: Doug Pensinger / Getty Images North America
Pittsburgh gets on the board
Hines Ward pulls in Pittsburgh's first touchdown of the game, an 8-yard grab from Ben Roethlisberger with just 39 seconds left tin the first half, making the score 21-10 in favor of Green Bay. Photo: Jonathan Daniel / Getty Images North America
Good, yet very bad
Charles Woodson makes a terrific defensive play on a ball designed for Mike Wallace in the end zone. However, the seven-time Pro Bowler injured his collarbone on the play and didn't return to the game. Photo: Jamie Squire / Getty Images North America
I wanna thank my hands for being so great
Antwaan Randle El lets us know how pumped he is after making a key grab for the Steelers late in the first half.
Antwaan Randle El makes his first catch of the game an important one on Pittsburgh's final drive of the first half. Photo: Kevin C. Cox / Getty Images North America
Well in hand?
Greg Jennings thanks his lucky stars after catching a 21-yard touchdown late in the second half to give the Packers a commanding 21-3 lead. Photo: Al Bello / Getty Images North America
The vet getting it done
Donald Driver makes a tough 14-yard grab for a first down between two Steelers linebackers in the second quarter of Super Bowl XLV. Photo: Doug Pensinger / Getty Images North America
Good hands, James
James Jones pulls in a tough catch before being tackled by Pittsburgh's Ike Taylor. Photo: Streeter Lecka / Getty Images North America
Take your pick
Nick Collins intercepts a pass before returning it 37 yards for a touchdown late in the first quarter. Photo: Rob Carr / Getty Images North America
Hit and miss
Ben Roethlisberger is hit as he throws a pass that is intercepted by Nick Collins and returned for a touchdown in the first quarter. Photo: Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images North America
Jordy Nelson celebrates with teammate Andrew Quarless after catching a 29-yard touchdown pass. Photo: Doug Pensinger / Getty Images North America
Jordy Nelson catches a 29-yard touchdown pass to open the scoring in Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium. Photo: Doug Pensinger / Getty Images North America
Aaron Rodgers pumps his fist as he celebrates after Jordy Nelson scored a touchdown during the first quarter.
Jump for joy
Aaron Rodgers and Jordy Nelson celebrate after Nelson scored the first touchdown of Super Bowl XLV.
Green Bay's Brandon Jackson runs upfield during the first half.
Donald Driver reacts after catching a 24-yard pass for Green Bay's first first down of the game. Photo: Doug Pensinger / Getty Images North America
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger gestures prior to the snap. Photo: Jamie Squire / Getty Images North America
Out of reach
Jordy Nelson lets a sure first-down pass from Aaron Rodgers slip through his hands as Pittsburgh's Bryant McFadden defends him in the first quarter of Super Bowl XLV.
Take it and run
Ben Roethlisberger hands the ball off to running back Rashard Mendenhall on Pittsburgh's first drive of Super Bowl XLV.
Rashard Mendenhall busts through the line of scrimmage as Packers defensive back Brandon Underwood tries to corral him.
Fight for it
Green Bay's Tramon Williams fumbles the first punt of the game inside his team's own 20-yard line. Pittsburgh's Keenan Lewis and Green Bay's Sam Shields look to recover the loose ball.
Aaron Rodgers talks to a few of his teammates during pregame drills prior to Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium. Photo: Doug Pensinger / Getty Images North America
A section of seats at Cowboys Stadium remain empty before the start of Super Bowl XLV. That section was declared unsafe by stadium personnel, requiring many fans to be moved to different areas inside the stadium.
Let's hear it
Christina Aguilera belts out the last few notes of the national anthem before Super Bowl XLV in Dallas. The pop singer flubbed a line during her performance.
Former President George W. Bush and his wife Laura stand with John Madden during the national anthem.
Lea Michele of the hit FOX show "Glee" sings "God Bless America" before the start of Super Bowl XLV.
The Green Bay Packers take the field prior to Super Bowl XLV in Dallas.
Bird's eye view
A Green Bay Packers fan looks down on the field from her seat in the (cheap?) seats before the start of Super Bowl XLV.