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We Found Some Winners In Green Bay

January 22, 2008

The Superbowl is set, with the Team of Destiny, New England Patriots, taking on the barely made the playoffs but rolling since then New York Giants. America’s boy, Brett Favre underthrew a pass in overtime to seal in his loss.  That play may be the one thing that brings him back to the game next season.  If he had a “good” loss in the Superbowl, he may be able to hang ’em up.  But ending his Hall of Fame career on an interception?  I don’t think so.

There was one positive thing that came out of the game, the reinvention of the Superfan.  No one has made a impact on TV like this since the “FSU Cowgirls“.  I present the Packer Bikini Girls.


Unlike our girls down in Florida, these girls made it happen in Sub-zero weather.  That’s how you make yourself famous people.  These young ladies will be airbrushed in Maxim magazine within three months.

At first, I thought it was a quick random attempt to grab publicity.  Here’s my thing.  Isn’t it impossible to get tickets to Lambeau?  None of these girls look like they’ve been on a waiting list for 93 years or however long you have to wait for your season tickets to come up now.  The crazy thing is these ladies have done it before.  Our crack staff of interns were able to turn up a few more photos.


Here is a pic before the “reveal”…I guess they aren’t completely crazy.  Cute?  I’ll let you be your own judge on that.  Right now they are on the high side of average in my book, but willingness to take it off in negative wind chill gives you a few extra swing points.


Look, they are real fans.  They’ve done it at least once before.  They really stepped their game up with the matching tops though.  The FSU cowgirls already have the hat gimmick, and they really went the extra mile with their outfits, so these chicks may need to go tops and bottoms to carve out their niche.  TV coverage in the NFC title game may have already pushed them over the edge though.  Well played ladies, well played.