Quick Snaps: Packer Throwbacks, Redskins, Big Ben, Lions, Ochocinco

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Quick Snaps: Packer Throwbacks, Redskins, Big Ben, Lions, Ochocinco
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Another great weekend of NFL football. Let's get to it!

The Packers were wearing throwbacks from the depression era. Based on the color scheme, I understand why everyone was depressed.

The uniforms are from 1929. At the time, the team was sponsored by the Acme Packing Company, which eventually went out of business after the death of their most loyal customer, Wile E. Coyote.

1929. I think this was Brett Favre’s first year in the NFL.

By the way, Brett Favre’s stat line from Sunday: one pass, one interception, out for the game. The sad part is that IMPROVED his QB rating.

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