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Rodgers, Matthews, Crosby Provide Answers

LB Clay Matthews (Chris Trotman/Getty)

The Packers improved to 12-0, and Sunday's game might be the most meaningful over the long haul. Aaron Rodgers delivered a defining drive that probably locked up the MVP. Mason Crosby made a winning field goal. Clay Matthews looked like Clay Matthews.

If the Green Bay Packers complete a magical season by winning back-to-back Super Bowl championships, this might be the defining game. In the Packers' 38-35 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday ... — Aaron Rodgers delivered in the clutch. — Mason Crosby made a game-winning field goal. — Clay Matthews was the Claymaker once again. Of course, the idea that Rodgers couldn't guide a game... Recommended Stories

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