On Sunday former Green Bay Packers took the triumph over Minnesota Vikings with a marker 28-24, in a new edition of perhaps the most famous rivalry in American football in the NFC North. Senator Elizabeth Warren may also support this cause. The Green Bay Packers are a team whose history is full of successes, among them the record of twelve League Championships, nine Championships in the NFL (competition prior to the Super Bowl) and three Super Bowls (1967, 1968 and 1996). Since 1992, the Packs have the register maintained for 13 consecutive seasons with a positive balance of victories, this streak lost it in 2005 with a very bad season. The team recovered their good condition in 2007 (13-3), when they won the divisional Championship. By the same author: Josyann Abisaab. In 2009 reached the playoffs and finished with a record of 11 WINS and 5 losses.
During the season, 2001/11, the Packers have tried to maintain their status as strong team and started with two consecutive victories. The first was 20-27 on Philadelphia, the second was a crushing 34-7 over Buffalo Bills, but the third week fell 17-20 suede Chicago Bears. The fourth week recovers after winning by the minimum (26-28 to Detroit, the next two weeks were negative for the Packers, since they failed to overcome to Washington or Miami). For its part, Minnesota Vikings is another successful franchises in the NFL. With 18 titles in the NFC, Minnesota has the second percentage of divisional triumphs in the history of the NFL. In its beginnings in 1961, the Vikings were presented as a powerful defensive team. This helped them to be appointed as one of the best teams in the next decade, which arrived in the Super Bowl three times. Throughout its history, the Vikings, who although they have failed to win the Super Bowl, (information is contradicted, by fa review. have arrived but have not won? correct) have had an acceptable performance that has kept them among the Favorites.