MVP Rodgers leads Packers past Steele...

MVP Rodgers leads Packers past Steelers 31-25

There are 46 comments on the Chico Enterprise-Record story from Feb 6, 2011, titled MVP Rodgers leads Packers past Steelers 31-25. In it, Chico Enterprise-Record reports that:

Absolutely no need to bring up Ol' What's His Name ever again. Aaron Rodgers is a Super Bowl championship quarterback in his own right.

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gather

United States

#1 Feb 6, 2011
there will be a parade on tuesday feb 8th in downtown. it starts at 11am in front of the post office. In celebration of the packers and AAron Rodgers!!
chicochick

Chico, CA

#2 Feb 6, 2011
We are proud of you Aaron Rodgers!
Viking Pride

United States

#3 Feb 6, 2011
Is this an official parade? How about having it in the afternoon so kids can attend?
sounds fun

Oroville, CA

#4 Feb 6, 2011
Doesn't anyone work anymore? How about 5:30 so people with jobs can go?
DAVID PARKS

Nampa, ID

#5 Feb 6, 2011
This is a dream come true for the entire valley floor of CHICO.. Congradulations, All the way from Ontario, Oregon.. We are proud of a local home-boy, By the name of Aaron Rodgers, Who was a Ouarterback from Butte Community College and ended up at a PAC 10 ..... He is a reason for Chico to be proud that Butte County is not just a college town... It is a town of a famous Quarterback By the name of Aaron Rodger,s.. Congradulations Mr. and Mrs Rodgers of your son Aaron..
live in chico

United States

#6 Feb 6, 2011
gather wrote:
there will be a parade on tuesday feb 8th in downtown. it starts at 11am in front of the post office. In celebration of the packers and AAron Rodgers!!
Will Aaron be there? If not then its lame.
potstinks

Proberta, CA

#7 Feb 6, 2011
Awesome job Aaron!!! When is the parade in Chico??????
Old Dog

Chico, CA

#8 Feb 6, 2011
Aaron's parents and siblings must be so proud to have raised such a fine young man, a professional athlete that exemplies the athletic hero's of my youth. Yup, I am proud of them all. During that game, Chico was a ghost town. After the game ended, I took my grandchildren out to Red Lobster for dinner. There was not a car on the freeway and when we got to Red Lobster, only four other families were there. We were rooting for our hometown boy all the way along with about every other Northern California with a TV or radio.
Delicious Influenza

Oroville, CA

#9 Feb 6, 2011
Tuesday Feb 8th, Aaron and the rest of the Packers will be at WWE Smackdown which is being taped in Green Bay. Vince McMahon has invited them. It will air on Friday Feb 11th. WWE always tries to get the superbowl champs on their show. Expect some sort of face off between the Packers and Nexus (Corre)
tmacdaddy

Kenosha, WI

#10 Feb 6, 2011
Go Pack and Go Chico. Thanx for giving the Green and Gold the best QB we could every hope for. Wish all you Rodgers fans and new Packer Backers could make it here for the celebration! WE LOVE RODGERS!
Ken

Chico, CA

#11 Feb 7, 2011
Way to go Aaron.
jjgriffin

San Francisco, CA

#13 Feb 7, 2011
A big pat on the back all the way from San Francisco. AAron made all of California proud. I hope Chico gives their hometown hero a well derserved parade. Heck I might even drive up for it. GOOD JOB AARON
Jammer

New London, WI

#14 Feb 7, 2011
Chico, California.....thank you for a wonderful young man and leader of the Pack. We couldn't be prouder of his efforts and what he means to the Pack. A big thank you to his parents for his wonderful upbringing and of course to Aaron himself for believing all along that this is where he was meant to be.

Blue Design Group
Hortonville, Wisconsin
Fedupwithitall

Paradise, CA

#15 Feb 7, 2011
Yes, Aaron did an outstanding job. All the B.F. B.S. can now be put aside for good. The Packers did a great job, especially defense, holding the Steelers to short yardage and forcing three turnovers. Very impressive! Even with receivers dropping passes, Aaron held his cool and did his job. Very nice!
WE ALL DO

Englewood, CO

#20 Feb 7, 2011
You obviously didn't watch the Superbowl, or the pregame show, and the special on CHICO CALIFORNIA
CHICO

Chico, CA

#23 Feb 7, 2011
Please...Aaron probably has better things to do than attend a parade....he doesn't even remember Chico anymore...I don't know what the big deal is..
live in chico wrote:
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Will Aaron be there? If not then its lame.
Magalia resident

Chico, CA

#24 Feb 7, 2011
Congrats to the Rodger's, it was very nice having a home town boy to root for even if the packs werent your team. GJ! Now lets see what Jeff brings us from Oregon, he is VERY impressive and I see great things for him also.
Magalia resident

Chico, CA

#26 Feb 7, 2011
jjgriffin wrote:
A big pat on the back all the way from San Francisco. AAron made all of California proud. I hope Chico gives their hometown hero a well derserved parade. Heck I might even drive up for it. GOOD JOB AARON
He really did. But I wouldnt drive all the way from S.F. for a parade he is not attending. Very nice of you though.
juanita

Elk Grove, CA

#28 Feb 7, 2011
Football is nothing to celebrate. There are more cases of domestic abuse on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day of the year. Aggressive men and beer are not a good combination, and if a girlfriend or wife happens to get in front of the TV, or laughs or cheers at the wrong time they are fair game. The police throughout the country work overtime during the Super Bowl because of violence unleashed on this day. I happy a young man reached a goal - but it is nothing for the community to having a parade about. Let's get our priorities straight and celebrate something that matters - something other than an aggression provoking and cultivating game. And let's not put violence or the people would flourish in a violent atmosphere up on a pedestal. Chico doesn’t need this notoriety anymore than it needs to be seen as a party town.

Since: Oct 10

Chico

#29 Feb 7, 2011
Oh god Juanita....lighten up!

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