1966 Green Bay Packers Season - Regular Season

Regular Season

The Packers finished the regular season with a league best record of 12-2, advancing them to the NFL Championship game.

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    Which brought us hither,
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    “I couldn’t afford to learn it,” said the Mock Turtle with a sigh. “I only took the regular course.”
    “What was that?” inquired Alice.
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