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If the Packers beat the Bears on Sunday, they'd become the first team in the history of the NFC to beat a no.1, no. 2 and no. 3 seed on their way to the Super Bowl.

If the Chicago Bears gear up to stop James Starks and the Packers' running game, Aaron Rodgers will beat them through the air.

According to several odds makers, the Packers are three-point favorites in the NFC Championship game against the Bears. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The founder of Pro Football Talk went after the Packers' starting quarterback after a local television report showed Rodgers snubbing a cancer patient looking for an autograph.

The Packers will travel to Chicago to take on the Bears next Sunday, Jan. 23, at Soldier Field for the right to advance to the Super Bowl.

The Packers converted eight of 12 third downs in last night's 48-21 victory over the Falcons in the Divisional round of the NFL playoffs.

Join us LIVE as we find out who the Packers will own in next week's NFC Championship game!

Brian takes calls and breaks down the Packers' 48-21 win over the Atlanta Falcons in the Divisional round of the NFL playoffs.

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One thing to watch for in each phase of the game as the Packers prepare to take on the Falcons in the Divisional round of the NFL playoffs.

Defensive end John Abraham and wide receiver Roddy White appear on the Falcons injury report. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Frank Zombo has been ruled out of Saturday's game. Atari Bigby, Korey Hall and Jason Spitz are all listed as questionable.

Wide receiver Greg Jennings is selling football-themed t-shirts, proceeds of which will benefit underprivileged children and families.

The Packers wrapped up practice on Thursday and fly out to Atlanta this afternoon in advance of Saturday's game. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Safety Atari Bigby was a full participant at Green Bay Packers practice on Thursday for the first time in three weeks.

Outside linebacker Clay Matthews earned the Sporting News Defensive Player of the Year Award. That and more in today's Daily Links...

Aaron Rodgers hasn't put up eye-popping stats the last two weeks, but he is playing the quarterback position at an incredibly high level.

The Packers have limited Devin Hester and DeSean Jackson in back-to-back weeks. Now they must stop Eric Weems who set up the game winning field goal in their first meeting this season.

The Packers abandoned the run and went to a spread offense at Atlanta their first meeting this season. Will James Starks allow them to do that again this weekend?

The Packers learned their lesson their first trip to Atlanta. They have to come away with touchdowns inside the red zone.

Packer Transplants delayed another 24 hours...can Packer fans survive the suspense?

Green Bay's general manager shows faith in his players, and his players reward that faith with results on the football field.

With the Packers set to play in the Georgia Dome this weekend, quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a good track record in games played indoors. That and more in today's Packers Daily Links...

Despite less time to recover from the Eagles game and prepare for the Falcons game, Green Bay is making the best of an adverse situation.

A look at the Falcons' running game, which had great success against the Packers in their matchup earlier this year.

Brian breaks down the long-shot scenario it would take for Asomugha to come to Green Bay and what the Packers would do in the secondary if they happened to sign him.

An NFL beat writer says cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha will sign with either the Packers or the Jets in free agency. That and more in today's Daily Links...

The pundit class has proclaimed instant balance for the Packers offense. That is not quite the case.

Head coach Mike McCarthy said wide receiver Donald Driver's injury won't stop him from practicing or playing against Atlanta.

From Auburn's defensive tackle Nick Fairley and quarterback Cam Newton to Oregon's Casey Matthews, there's plenty of reasons to watch tonight's BCS National Title game with plenty of future pros.