GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The Green Bay Packers are halfway to 16-0 going into Monday night’s game against Minnesota, close enough to start pondering perfection and far enough away that such talk hasn’t yet become taboo.

Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop remembers watching the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts’ recent attempts to emulate the 1972 Miami Dolphins’ perfect run through the Super Bowl. Bishop isn’t shy about wanting the Packers to take a shot at an undefeated season, but says the only way to do so is to approach every game the same.

Vikings defensive end Jared Allen wants to end all such talk Monday night, saying, “they have to play us first.”

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Comments (8)
  1. No says:

    Brought to you by simple answers to simple questions

  2. Zip for Zippy says:

    The Vikes beat the Packers? I highly doubt it. If the Vikes did win, then the master beggar Zygi would demand that the state of MN to pay for 100% of his new playground instead of just 75% of it..

    Either way – Zygi, pack it up and leave, you shameless thief.

    1. Jesus says:

      It’s hilarious knowing that Zygi is giving the 2nd largest private investment in a stadium ever.

      Cry more you little baby, Vikes are getting a new stadium. Deal with it.

  3. Stumpy says:

    Professional and college sports are a colossal waste of time.

    1. really? says:

      obviously they mean enough for you to read about them and post a response.

  4. Jason says:

    No money for kids, teachers, police, and firemen. Lets spend .$500,000,000. I dont subscribe to those that say this will not increase my tax burden.

  5. fred says:

    pack wins big and leave the state if the humpty dome is not good enough for christ sack we are in a recestion people.

  6. Raymanvikes says:

    Sounds like Zip, Jesus, Stumpy and Jason need to take their afternoon’s dose of badmouth medication, and freddie boy needs to catch up on his spelling skills.

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