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APC Podcast, 12/19: Can the Packers “win ugly all the way to the Super Bowl?”

For the Green Bay Packers offense, the name of the game is “consistently inconsistent.”

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Over the course of one Sunday afternoon, the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears, earned a playoff berth for the first time since 2016, and saw the Bears eliminated from Playoff contention. Aside from a Vikings win, everything came up Milhouse.

But for many Packers fans, Sunday’s win also came with an “aha” moment. After weeks of grasping at ghosts trying to categorize this Packers offense, it is now abundantly clear that the only consistent theme is inconsistency.

Frustrating as it may be, winning ugly is just how this team rolls. But as Aaron Rodgers himself said a few weeks ago, “I wouldn’t mind winning ugly all the way to the Super Bowl.”

But can they?

That’s one of the questions we hit on in today’s podcast, and one we invite you to weigh in on in the comments section below. Do you think this team is capable of taking their brand of football all the way to Atlanta? Tell us what you think!

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