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Packers answered the challenge, beating SB Champs

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Bruce, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. Bruce

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    Has the sweet taste of revenge faded so quickly...

    ... I remember feeling good watching Fat-Sapp get taken apart, and loved watching him knelling over huffing and puffing on what was one of the Classic drives of all time.
     
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    Not only is that perhaps the greatest drive in franchise history, it might be the greatest drive in league history.
     
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    ToPackerFan,

    I wouldn't go as far to say that it was the greatest drive in league history.

    The drive last year at the dome was pretty impressive too.
     
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    17 plays 991/2 yards over 9 minutes in crunch time against the "best defense in the NFL" at the time. The way it was put together, the playcalling, the personnel groupings, Sherm's decision to go for it on 4th down all add up to the greatest drive I've ever seen. Last year's drive to clinch the North was pretty good, but the TB game was unbelievable.
     

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