Return to Titletown: The Remarkable Story of the 2010 Green Bay Packers celebrates the Packers' 31-25 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV. The Super Bowl XLV was a microcosm of Green Bay's amazing, unlikely season. Veterans Donald Driver and Charles Woodson were lost to injury early in the game. Yet the Packers, a team that placed 15 players on injured reserve during the 2010 season, once again overcame adversity and outlasted a formidable opponent. This is a team that was the No. 6 seed in the NFC playoffs, topping the New York Giants and Chicago Bears in the last two games of the regular season to clinch a wild-card berth before storming through the playoffs with road wins at Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Chicago to earn a trip to Dallas. Packed with stunning action photography, stories, and analysis, Return to Titletown takes fans through Green Bay's amazing journey, from their season-opening win over Michael Vick and the Eagles to B.J. Raji's dash to the Soldier Field end zone to clinch the NFC title to Aaron Rodgers' Super Bowl MVP performance. This official Packers commemorative edition also includes in-depth profiles of quarterback Rodgers, head coach Mike McCarthy, cornerback Woodson, general manager Ted Thompson, and the Packers' talented receiving corps. Published by Triumph Books. Written by Green Bay Packers.