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Opinion: 16 questions facing the Packers this offseason

Duluth News Tribune columnist Rick Lubbers takes a look at several questions the Green Bay Packers will have to deal with following their 37-20 loss to the New York Giants Sunday in the NFL playoffs. For example, "How long will the smile stay on Brett Favre's face?"
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Duluth News Tribune columnist Rick Lubbers takes a look at several questions the Green Bay Packers will have to deal with following their 37-20 loss to the New York Giants Sunday in the NFL playoffs. For example, "How long will the smile stay on Brett Favre's face?"

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