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Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2011
Even the die-hardest Packer fans might be tempted this week to cry, "No mas!" For the first time in 13 years Wisconsin is helping produce the media deluge leading up to the Super Bowl: the brain-numbing dissections of what might happen on the field; the inspiring tales of players and...
Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011
Sure looked easy for a while. Twenty minutes into the NFC Championship Game the Packers led 14-0 and Super Bowl XLV was a certainty. But that's not the way it goes against the Bears. Aaron Rodgers became human, Chicago's defense started roaring and the Bears found the unlikeliest of heroes on offense...
Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011
Dec. 26, 1960: Vince Lombardi has the Packers in Philadelphia for their first NFL championship game in 16 years. Paul Hornung, Jim Taylor and their pals dominate the Eagles statistically but trail, 17-13, in the final minutes. With no timeouts remaining, the Packers drive toward a winning touchdown, but their final play ends with Taylor tackled...

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