Originally written on Fox Sports Wisconsin  |  Last updated 11/3/14
GREEN BAY, Wis. Step one is complete on the Packers' road to the Super Bowl, winning at home Saturday night over the Minnesota Vikings. Now their journey is about to become significantly more challenging with the well-rested San Francisco 49ers awaiting Green Bay's arrival for the divisional round matchup next weekend. But this all looks relatively familiar to Packers coach Mike McCarthy. When Green Bay won the Super Bowl two years ago, the team had to win three consecutive games on the road just to get there. Though this postseason began with one game at home, the NFC's third-seeded Packers will have to embrace life away from Lambeau Field in order to regain the Lombardi Trophy in February. "I know that players feel very good about the way, not only the way they won a Super Bowl, but the path that they took back in 2010," McCarthy said Sunday. "There's still some guys that have went through that experience that can share that experience. And it's very important, because I know p...
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