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2011 Super Bowl: Greg Jennings' Second Touchdown Gives Packers 28-17 Lead

The Green Bay Packers have taken the momentum back in Super Bowl XLV.

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense turned Pittsburgh's third turnover of the game into yet another touchdown, as Greg Jennings caught his second touchdown pass of the game - an eight yard strike - to give the Packers a 28-17 lead and much needed insurance. 

The Steelers had scored the last 14 points until that score, as the Packers had led 21-3 before the Steelers cut the score down to 21-17.

Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers have just under 12 minutes to score twice to either tie or take the lead in Super Bowl XLV.

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