I feel so...old (but mostly because of the gray hair someone found on me yesterday at work).
Anyway, as our Bears fan counterparts gear up for their team's first Super Bowl appearance during their cognizant lifetimes, Nate and I are left with an 8-8 season and only fond memories of ten years ago today, when the Packers won Super Bowl XXXI 35-21.
Among the game's highlights was Desmond Howard's MVP performance, as he returned a kick for a touchdown that helped seal the Packers' first Super Bowl since the '67 season. The exact footage of the play can be seen here, courtesy of YouTube (also, for the record, Favre should have been the MVP, he got hosed).
Also, since I'm feeling particularly reminiscient about great Packers moments, here's a hilarious Tecmo Bowl recreation of one of the greatest things I've ever seen, Josh McCown's touchdown pass to Nate Poole to knock the Vikings out of the playoffs and get the Packers in at the end of the 2003 season. It's not quite on the level of the RBI Baseball remake of Game 6, but for Packers fans, it's pretty damn close.