The Packers' Ideal Road to the Super Bowl

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The Packers' Ideal Road to the Super Bowl
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The Green Bay Packers saw their five-game winning streak end Sunday night, with a proverbial punch in the nose by the New York Giants, in a 38-10 shellacking.

Bottom line, the Packers aren't as bad as they looked Sunday night, nor are the Giants as good as they played that night.

The Packers still have five games to play this season, and four of those games are against divisional opponents.

At 7-4, the Packers are now one game behind the Chicago Bears (8-3) in the NFC North. The Pack plays the team in third place in the division, the Minnesota Vikings, this Sunday at Lambeau Field.

Bottom line, the goals of the 2012 season are still attainable. The first, is to make the playoffs, no matter how. The second, is to win the NFC North, which would help getting through the NFC playoff a bit more ideal. The third and final goal is to win it all. Bring another Vince Lombardi Trophy back to Green Bay.

For that to happen, I've listed five things the Packers need to do to make the road to the Super Bowl that much easier.

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