More than five decades ago, the Vince Lombardi and Bart Starr Green Bay Packers outplayed and outscored the Hank Stram and Len Dawson Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 in the first AFL-NFL Championship Game (later known as Super Bowl I) and essentially ended any talk of the AFL being on the NFL’s level. For at least another two years, anyway. This year, we might get the long awaited rematch.
Three months ago, Tampa Bay hosted Green Bay, outplaying and outscoring them 38-10, in what was by far their worst loss of the season. This Sunday, Green Bay hopes that by being the home team (and working out some kinks as
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