The 2010-11 NFL Season is over, but it went out in grand fashion last night.

Super Bowl XLV was able to live up to all the pre-game hype and then some. Was it the best Super Bowl of all-time? That's tricky to say only because I haven't seen all 45 of them. But it was certainly a great game and will rank as one of the great Super Bowls in history when the books are written.

In the middle of the Packers 31-25 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers was the man who was named MVP of the big game, Aaron Rodgers. This postseason was his big coming out party and he made sure that the entire world knew who he was.

Nearly six years after falling to the bottom of the first round in the NFL Draft, Rodgers made every single team that passed on him in 2005 look like a fool. He has made his mark on the NFL in three short years.

We will discuss what made Rodgers so successful, and where he ranks among the best quarterbacks in the NFL today.

Also, over the weekend was a terrific UFC event from Las Vegas. UFC 126 was headlined by Anderson Silva defending the Middleweight Championship against Vitor Belfort in a fight that had one of the most memorable finishes in history.

There was also the star making performance of Jon Jones, who defeated Ryan Bader and earned a shot at Light Heavyweight Champion Mauricio Rua.

We will have the latest news and fallout from Saturday night.

We have all of these stories and so much more coming out of a terrific sports weekend. We are your home for the latest breaking news and analysis in the sports world.