Even a Green Bay Packers Loss In Pittsburgh Can Feel Like a Win

Posted: 22nd December 2009 by Andrew David Curry in NFL
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So the winning streak is over: three seconds from Heaven. But think of what's happened during the second half of the season that led Packers' fans (and many others) to think that this was a game they should have won. Super Bowl champions, December, in Pittsburgh? Are you kidding? When I saw the schedule in August I had this one down as a firm "L." Ironically, the loss should act as a spur, even as a confidence builder, for what remains of the regular season and the great unknown which lies beyond...and, I am confident that there will be a second season. What remains to be done: Seattle down and out (useful dome practice) and Arizona (already division champs and likely to be both uninterested and resting some key players). Is it unreasonable to hope for two wins? What happened in Pennsylvan ...

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