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This has to be a sign.

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by cheesehurdler, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. cheesehurdler

    cheesehurdler Cheesehead

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    I mean, think about this for a second.

    Lincoln Financial Field was snowed over when the Philadelphia Eagles played the Minnesota Vikings in week 16. The Packers played there in the Wild Card and won.

    Atlanta, Georgia was snowed over a few days before the Atlanta Falcons faced the Green Bay Packers. The Packers clobbered the Falcons in the Georgia Dome during the game.

    During the Divisional Playoff game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Chicago Bears, Soldier Field faced a lot of snow. The Packers played the Bears there in the NFC Championship and came out victorious.

    Now, Dallas, Texas is getting snowed over, home of Super Bowl XLV, where the Packers will face the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    Is this a sign, or just coincidence, that wherever the Packers go, they take their "Wisconsin Weather" with them?
     
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  2. JBlood

    JBlood Cheesehead

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    It can't hurt to believe this. This, and the fact that the Packers are plowing over teams like a snowplow lately.
     
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  3. Forget Favre

    Forget Favre Cheesehead

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    What conditions did the Stealers face in their games?
     
  4. cheesehurdler

    cheesehurdler Cheesehead

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    They've stayed home in their entire playoff run, and it usually snows in Pittsburgh. it didn't snow during any of their games in 2010, though.

    The fact is, the cities that the Packers played in during their playoff run were snowed over, even Atlanta, and they've won all those games, and now, Dallas is facing heavy snow. I was just wondering if this is just coincidence, or a sign...?
     
  5. VolvoD

    VolvoD Cheesehead

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    its a sign from god.

    oh, and in case you were wondering, god doesnt like rapists.
     
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  6. Incubes12

    Incubes12 Bay Harbor Butcher?

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    We are a storm of Green and Gold.
     
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  7. armand34

    armand34 Cheesehead

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    pretty weird coincidence!
     
  8. Wood Chipper

    Wood Chipper Fantasy Football Guru

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    God is saying something thats for sure lol
     
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  9. LombardiChick

    LombardiChick Win or lose, I love this team.

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    Even the Packers noticed (from the official site in their Media Day Roundup Part I):

    Where are we?

    The NFL generally selects southern locales for Super Bowls to stay away from wintry weather, but that hasn’t been the case this week.

    An ice storm overnight blanketed the sidewalks and streets in and around Dallas, and some stiff winds had the wind-chill factor in the single digits on Tuesday. The weather may not be much better on Wednesday, either.

    “When we woke up this morning I thought I was in Green Bay again,” Raji said. “I was freezing. It was frigid. The roads were slick. I thought Dallas was warm.”

    The Packers’ previous playoff trip to the south followed some unique weather for that region, too, as a snowstorm during the week had practically paralyzed the city of Atlanta.


    “It’s like we can’t get away from it,” Jenkins said. “I was telling guys earlier. We go to Atlanta, they’ve got snow. We come down here, they’ve got snow. I don’t know. Maybe it’s a good sign, though."

    :prayer:
    I hope so!

    Is it a sign, Mom?
     
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  10. JJP41

    JJP41 Cheesehead

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    Stormageddon hits Dallas on Sunday.....


    :chisux:
     
  11. pittguy578

    pittguy578 Cheesehead

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    Ridiculously cold this year..maybe not as cold as Chicago, but pretty close.
     
  12. ivo610

    ivo610 Cheesehead

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    im agnostic so this really isnt getting my hopes up.
     
  13. Cheesehead Brittany

    Cheesehead Brittany Cheesehead

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    everything happens for a reason
     
  14. rawalabhay

    rawalabhay Cheesehead

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    Also, we won the ice bowl against Dallas and now we take all the ice to Dallas!

    Wonder if Vince Lombardi will be on the sidelines cheering the Packers on!
     
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  15. Zeck180

    Zeck180 Cheesehead

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    We all know that God is a Packers fan!
     

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