Green Bay Packers vs. New England Patriots: One To Never Forget

April 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Next season will prove if the Packers are truly made of steel.
There are only three teams outside their division that will have a losing record. If they land somewhere near 13-3 or so, it means the Packers should be Super Bowl favorites by the end of the regular season.
But there is one particular game that has been brewing in my mind that I find myself overwhelmingly anticipating. And believe or not, it's not against Minnesota. Though, I do look forward to seeing Favre being humiliated in Lambeau.
Green Bay will travel to New England next season—and there is some interesting history between the two teams.
Favre's victory in Super Bowl XXXI was against Drew Bledsoe and the Patriots. A decade later, Favre was one pick away from facing-off against Tom Brady and the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. It would've been one of the best Super Bowls ever.
The last time these two teams played was on Nov. 19, 2006.
The Packers were humiliated at home with the f...

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