The late Vince Lombardi once said, "Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing."
The Hall of Fame inductee knew a thing or two about winning, having coached two Super Bowl champion teams.
He also knew the difficulty of not only getting to a Super Bowl but winning and then maintaining that championship form year in and year out.
The Green Bay Packers of today are in a similar circumstance, having been crowned world champions in Dallas last February and hoping to get there again.
Their impressive playoff run to the title was accomplished mostly by second and third-string players on defense, and with a plethora of real-time game experience, some youngsters could be making a case for the permanent starting roles come 2011 while these veterans (in no particular order) should be watching out for their jobs.