Last night's Super Bowl victory by the Packers might be the most satisfying championship in franchise history. Curley Lambeau's teams won a good chunk of their titles without a playoff, I'll say Vince Lombardi's first championship in 1961 would rival this one but his first two Super Bowl teams were prohibitive favorites against the upstart AFL, the 1996 champs had a dominant team and after climbing the ladder they were expected to roll and the did against the Patriots. This year's team had lofty expectations at the start, got riddled with injury and inconsistent play but roared to the finish in most unexpected fashion, it's still hard to believe. That locker room scene was one I'll never forget, collective joy with so many fringe and unknown players leaping into the spotlight to carry on for the injured, from Ryan Grant in the second quarter of the season's first game to Charles Woodson and Donald Driver unable to finish last night. Spending the past 8 days here in Dallas has been unforgettable for me as well. The Super Week wrapped up with Mike McCarthy holding his day after press conference and the link below lets you listen in.