Green Bay Packers Colors

February 6, 2011 by staff 

Green Bay Packers Colors, The Green Bay Packers are a football team based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. They are members of the Northern Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). Green Bay is the second oldest NFL franchise
The Packers are the last vestige of “small town teams” that were once common in the NFL during the 1920 and 1930. Founded in 1919 by Earl “Curly” Lambeau (thus the name Lambeau Field on which the team plays) and George Whitney Calhoun, the Green Bay Packers can trace their lineage to other semi-professional teams in Green Bay dating 1896. In 1919 and 1920, the Packers have participated as a team semi-professional football clubs in the world against Wisconsin and the Midwest. They joined the American Professional Football Association
(APFA) in 1921, the forerunner of what is known today as the National Football League (NFL). The Packers are the only non-profit, community owned major league professional sports team in the United States.

The Green Bay Packers have won twelve league championships (more than any other team in the NFL) including nine NFL championships before the Super Bowl era and three Super Bowl victories in 1967 (Super Bowl I), 1968 (Super Bowl II) and 1996 (Super Bowl 3plxI). The team has historical rivalries with the Chicago Bears, they played over 180 games, and Detroit Lions, and they played since the 1930s. The Packers also share a fierce rivalry with the blood of the Minnesota Vikings, who also reside in the NFC North with the Packers, Bears and Lions in what is known as “Black and Blue Division” due to the intensity the rivalry between the four teams. The Dallas Cowboys have always been known as the Packers’ biggest rivals in the playoffs after the Packers for their defeat in the famous Ice Bowl.

From the 1992 season, the Packers had 13 non-losing seasons in a row (their worst record being 8-8 in 1999), two Super Bowl appearances and one Super Bowl win (Super Bowl 3plxI). They returned to form by winning playoff campaigns in 2007 (13-3), winning NFC Championship game to advance to Super Bowl XLV in 2010 (10-6) under current head coach Mike McCarthy.

(AP) – Mike McCarthy grew up in Pittsburgh, rooting for the Steelers and help in the bar of his family. When he was hired as Packers coach in 2006, the General Manager Ted Thompson described McCarthy as “Pittsburgh”macho – whatever that means.

Dom Capers was the defensive coordinator for the Steelers, where he coached Kevin Greene and Darren Perry. John Kuhn got a Super Bowl ring from his short stint with the Steelers, even if only on the practice squad.

These loyalties and connections will not mean much come Sunday, when they will all wear colors Packers and do everything they can beat the Steelers in the Super Bowl.

“Growing up in Pittsburgh is a big part of who I am, but I’m a Green Bay Packer and we came here to win the Lombardi Trophy,”said McCarthy.

Perry has played seven seasons as a defensive back in Pittsburgh before becoming an assistant coach there, and still has strong feelings for the Steelers.

“This is a special opportunity to go against a team you have played and trained for,”said Perry, who leads the Packers safeties.” Lots of history, great organization, so there are many similarities. You still have links with some players and coaches so that makes it even more interesting.”

But Greene, who played three seasons with the Steelers, said he could not care less which team is the Packers’ way. ”

“I guess I’m somewhat indifferent to the fact that it was the Pittsburgh Steelers, linebackers coach”Greene said.” It’s just another team and we really needed this win. We really need to win this game.”

Perry said he would not be thinking of his time in Pittsburgh when the game starts.

“I’m sure there will be emotions moved around the course, just because of the connections,”said Perry.” Once the ball is launched, I think most of that money will go to the window and you will not really realize that part of it until the end of the match.”

Greene and Perry are in Green Bay because of Capers, who McCarthy was hired before the 2009 season to turn around an underachieving defense by installing the 3-4.

Capers were the Steelers’ defensive coordinator from 1992-94 before taking over as coach of the expansion Carolina Panthers.

Greene, who played for Capers in Pittsburgh and Carolina, Capers credited for giving him his first chance to coach.

“I respected Coach Dom when he was my coach and I think he respected me as an actor because of the level of my commitment and the fact that I took this serious and I wanted not only to improvise,” Greene said. “What I really wanted to be a student of the game, it was great that he remembered the way I approached the game when I played and gave me the opportunity here.”

Greene and Perry were both members of the Steelers team that lost the Super Bowl in January 1996, and Perry did not intend to lose this time.

“You get to this point, it’s a sickening feeling,”Perry said.” To experience this part of it, you really do not want to go through it again because it’s devastating. ” ‘

Kuhn, meanwhile, has a Super Bowl ring with the Steelers, but do not brag about it. Before coming to the Packers and become a folk hero as a fullback who can carry the ball, Kuhn was a member of the Steelers team that won the Super Bowl in February 2006.

Kuhn now wants to make a difference on the ground – even if it comes at the expense of his former team.

“It is quite funny and fitting, even, that I would get the chance to play against them in the Super Bowl and I’m very happy for this,”said Kuhn.” But it would not matter. It could be any team in the AFC and we would have the focus and the same determination as we do in this game”

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