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December 26, 2011 by staff
Let’s start with the Packers. They buzzed through their first 13 games behind a quarterback having one of the finest seasons in league history at his position. Then came last week’s loss to the 6-8 Chiefs, preceded by injury issues — a beaten-up offensive line, top receiver Greg Jennings likely out until the playoffs — and it looked like the Pack lost about three games that day.
This is the amazing part about the NFL. You can have a team like the Packers who looked like a Super Bowl definite all season long until Week 15. Now they look like just another team trying to win the big trophy.
The 2010 Packers also illustrate the flip side of forging playoff success in the enigmatic NFL. They were 8-6 with three losses in their previous four games when the Pack caught fire the day after Christmas. First Green Bay handed the Giants a late holiday present in the form of a 45-17 pasting. Then the Packers beat the Bears in their regular-season finale and didn’t stop until they wrapped their arms around the Lombardi.
This brings us to the Jets, and it brings us to the Giants. If their season-long inconsistency capped by colossal flops last week were evidence, the Jets and Giants looked like sorry excuses for playoff teams entering Saturday’s game at MetLife Stadium.
Yet there they were inside their shared stadium, still alive, still believing. And unless we chose to delete their recent pasts like spam, we had to reserve at least a shred of belief in them as well.
Heck, the Jets arguably entered the game in prime position to make the playoffs and a third straight AFC championship game. This was much of the same team that lost three of four games leading to its regular-season finale a year ago. This was a similar team to the 2009 squad that was 4-6 before winning five of its last six games to sneak into the playoffs, aided by a gift win handed off by a Colts team that had clinched home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
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