During Super Bowl weekend, the Green Bay Packers were bestowed a handful of honors. First, former GM Ron Wolf was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and then quarterback Aaron Rodgers won his second league MVP award.
However, it's possible that the most cathartic moment for the Packers' faithful came at the very end of the Super Bowl itself, when the Seattle Seahawks gave up a10-point lead in the fourth quarter and then proceeded to throw an interception from the one-yard line instead of running the ball with Marshawn Lynch.
Yeah, Mister Sherman, that's how we felt two weeks ago.
Here are your first cheese curds of the 2015 offseason.
Infographic: Aaron Rodgers wins second MVP | Packers.com
Check out the illustrated look at the award-winning season for the Packers' QB.
Rodgers got emotional during speech when he saw McCarthy in the audience - JSOnline
Aaron Rodgers was touched to see his head coach there supporting him when accepting his MVP - so much so that he forgot the speech he was intending to give.
2014 season predictions revisited - ESPN
Rob Demovsky looks back to see how he did with his predictions prior to the season. Unfortunately, his pick for the NFC representative in the Super Bowl was an onside kick recovery away from being correct.
Seahawks' wings get clipped at most inopportune time | JSOnline
Jermaine Kearse did his best Antonio Freeman impression, but his teammates couldn't find the end zone after his miraculous catch.
Michael Bennett calls out reporters when asked about Super Bowl fight - SBNation.com
Real nice, Bennett. Maybe you should stop getting called for offsides and encroachment.
The guy who made the Seahawks' dreadful playcall blamed his wide receiver - SBNation.com
Ruh roh, Darrell Bevell. Way to throw Ricardo Lockette under the bus.
Super Bowl halftime show 2015: Katy Perry kills it - SBNation.com
In case you missed the halftime show, it was...quite a spectacle. Personally, I want one of the shark costumes for Halloween this year.