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Packers not fazed by road game, underdog status

Published On: Jan 09 2013 07:06:27 AM CST
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Eric Miller/ Reuters

GREEN BAY, Wis. -

The Green Bay Packers don't much care where they play, who they play or what anyone thinks of their chances to win.

The Packers have a quiet self-assurance that comes from their Super Bowl run two years ago. Needing to win their last two games just to get into the playoffs, the Packers went on the road and knocked off each of the NFC's top three seeds. After that odyssey, anything seems possible.

Offensive lineman Josh Sitton says, "You try not to look in the past, but there are definitely things you can draw on from past years and that's one of them."

The Packers (12-5) travel to San Francisco (11-4-1) on Saturday for an NFC divisional game.

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