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What We're Watching: 2011 Season Highlights

What We're Watching: 2011 Season Highlights

You know who was good?

The 2011 Green Bay Packers.

While it's true this franchise best 15-1 team fell short in the playoffs, there is no denying that they were one hell of an exciting team to watch. Every week, were were glued to our TV's, computers, and radios, waiting to find out what theatrics they would put on display for their fans. The offense, led by NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers, was an unstoppable machine, rolling up 560 points during the season, second most all time.

The defense...well, lets not go there.

I was thrilled to find this video, spotlighting some of the remarkable plays of the past season. It reminded me just how good this team was.

So sit back, and enjoy 15 minutes of highlights of the 2011 season.

Go Pack Go!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2K1hroZPBc

 

 

 

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Chad Toporski's picture

If you don't get excited from watching that video, then you're not a real Packers fan. Thanks for sharing, and here's to another great season in 2012!

JohnRehor's picture

Thanks Chad!

omar flores's picture

man iam so pumped up for 2012 season np,cm,bjr this new line up is gonna kik ass wow seriously packattack for life

The FLores pack's picture

ill be tailgating in the sd preseason game holler if ya heading there

b2evolutions's picture

What is in which thing in the header?

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