Memories of a brutal NFC Divisional playoff loss to the New York Giants fester in the warm August air over Lambeau Field.
Last January, amidst a frigid Wisconsin winter night, the titanic 15-1 Green Bay Packers fans watched in horror as the goliath-slaying New York Giants stymied their team’s defense of its Super Bowl title.
It’s now seven months later, and time has not healed all wounds.
The Packers are still bitter toward the team who has, not once - but twice - spoiled their great season. Green Bay fans will gnaw their nails during the Week 12 rematch against those pesky Giants.
Only problem is they will be praying for retribution from their couches, as the game is in New York.
So what can a die-hard Cheesehead do to show in-person support for his team? How about attend a Week 14 home game in December against the rival Detroit Lions. Not only will that game feature offensive fireworks, but it could determine the fates of each team.
With much of the 2011 roster intact, the Pa...