Packers got contributions from stars, unlikely heroes
By MARK CONCANNON
Feb. 7, 2011
The story of the 2010 Green Bay Packers largely will be told through the exploits of Super Bowl MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers, top receiver Greg Jennings and tremendous young linebacker Clay Matthews, three Pro Bowl-caliber competitors who are among the NFL's elite.
But while that trio deserves much credit for Green Bay's latest glory, one can get an even better understanding of why the Packers are world champions by looking at the unlikely heroes who emerged at key points during the regular season and playoffs. Two of those players