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Old 02-07-2011, 09:41 AM
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#7 better worry, no way his 130 yrds passing will beat us and I dont see Marsh doing a 141 yrd rushing on us.
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LoL Get of the Bandwagon!!!! Were have all this so called Gizzeheads been all this years?

Not even when Farve was in the team did they have fans....now all of a sudden everyone loves them????

Next year they won't even make it to the play offs and we will be back to win the Superbowl
Figured youd forget what I said a few weeks ago so I copied it and put it up there for you..
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Old 02-07-2011, 02:01 PM
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Hey if you're actually a Packer fan then more power to you. Congrats. But lets keep it real here. The Steelers gave up 21 points off of turnovers and STILL had a chance to win it in the closing seconds. We almost made Super Bowl history by coming back from an 18 point deficit. I'm proud of our effort but not our performance.

Hat's off to GB for capitalizing on our mistakes and putting points on the board. They made the plays when they needed to and that's what Championship teams do.

I don't know that I could call them the greatest franchise ever but I think they are on a short list that would obviously include the Steelers.

I have nothing but respect for the Packers, the organization and their fans.

Congrats!!!
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Old 02-07-2011, 02:15 PM
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wasn't lucky for christina aguiliera .. she couldn't even sing the anthem correctly .. LOL
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Old 02-07-2011, 06:46 PM
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Hey if you're actually a Packer fan then more power to you. Congrats. But lets keep it real here. The Steelers gave up 21 points off of turnovers and STILL had a chance to win it in the closing seconds. We almost made Super Bowl history by coming back from an 18 point deficit. I'm proud of our effort but not our performance.

Hat's off to GB for capitalizing on our mistakes and putting points on the board. They made the plays when they needed to and that's what Championship teams do.

I don't know that I could call them the greatest franchise ever but I think they are on a short list that would obviously include the Steelers.

I have nothing but respect for the Packers, the organization and their fans.

Congrats!!!
Well this ought to be good. I am interested to hear who you think is the greatest NFL franchise ever if it is not the Packers?

We have had the greatest football coach of all time (Lombardi), the greatest team ever 60's Packers (played in 6 NFL championship games in 8 years, won 5 of them and the first two Super Bowls), and the most NFL championships....13.

We also know who is better between the Packers and the Steelers as well.

Just saying

Go Pack Go!

BTW, the Packers created those turnovers and took advantage of them. Props to the Steelers for coming back but in the end, it is who wins and the Packer franchise is the best at doing that in NFL history.
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Old 02-07-2011, 07:29 PM
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Not sure if this will copy correctly here or not. Going to try.


Franchise↓ NFL Championships↓ AFL Championships↓ AAFC Championships↓ Super Bowls↓ Total†↓
Green Bay Packers# 9 4 13
Chicago Bears 8 1 9
Cleveland Browns 4 4[6] 8
New York Giants 4 3 7
Pittsburgh Steelers 6 6
Washington Redskins 2 3 5
Dallas Cowboys 5 5
San Francisco 49ers 5 5
Detroit Lions 4 4
Indianapolis Colts 3 2 5
Oakland Raiders 1 3 4
Philadelphia Eagles 3 3
St. Louis Rams 2 1 3
New England Patriots