Not sure if I'm in the minority here, but if the Packers finish 16-0, it may actually feel better for Pats fans. A. If they lose in the playoffs or SB, we become just another terrific team that couldn't finish it, and an interesting footnote in that another team did the same thing just four years later. B. If they win it all, the whole aura of the "immortal undefeated team" will certainly die down. I mean, although the '07 Pats were arguably the most dominating team ever, it was the idea of the only 19-0 team in history that made us believe this team would be on the front of every football history book until the end of time. In addition, we will no longer have to hear an explanation about the '07 Pats' failures every time we hear about a team chasing perfection. C. There's a teeny, tiny chance that the Pats might be able to avenge their loss by knocking off the Pack. Of course, this is risky, because if we lost to them in the SB, which would be likely, it might make '07 sting more. Then we would really be the topic of conversation when it comes to perfect seasons. Note: Since the '07 season, this Packers team is the third team that could go 16-0 if they really want to. The '09 Colts and Saints likely could have done it (although the Saints did lose when 13-0 while presumably trying), along with this year's Packers. If anything the old CBA and new passing rules enabled teams on top to dominate more than ever before in NFL history. There just aren't enough good teams or good QBs.