This coming weekend will be one year since the Packers last lost an NFL game. For those who like to count, it's 19 straight wins (and counting...).
The winning streak alone is not the most amazing thing. The most amazing thing is that the Packers have done it without trailing for a single second in the last quarter of any game.
Think about it, Packer fans. We are the Tiger Woods pre Y.E. Yang (or pre-Thanksgiving). We have gotten so accustomed to chasing glory that we might have forgotten how to chase a team (unless we are chasing them off the stadium). Which bears the question:
What is going to happen when we have to mount a fourth quarter comeback? Does this team have the mental toughness to achieve it? I know we have the talent, and I want to believe we can overcome anything.
The last time Rodgers led a fourth quarter come from behind win was exactly two years ago, against the Bears in Chicago. It feels like a lifetime ago.