NBC's Dungy says Packers have what it takes to repeat
Vince Vitrano and Susan Kim chatted with the former Super Bowl Champion coach and current NBC analyst. Video by tmj4.comvideo
GREEN BAY - A coach who has won a Lombardi Trophy says that a repeat championship - rare these days in the salary cap era - believes the Packers have the material to do what has only been done once in 12 years.
"This is the year that may lend itself to a repeat," said Dungy, who predicts a Packers win in Super Bowl XLVI.
His Colts team won Super Bowl XLI over the Chicago Bears in January 2007.
Dungy complimented Lambeau Field and the Packers fans.
"This is probably, other than my home stadium, this is my favorite place to play," Dungy told TODAY'S TMJ4.
About the fans, he said, "they're not negative towards the visitors. They're just so supportive of the home team."
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