NFL Dynasty Week: Green Bay Packers on NFL Network – Tuesday schedule


Green Bay Packers fans are loyal, smart and experienced. We understand the special place this franchise has in the history of the NFL and respect it.

Many of us have been through the Glory Years, the Gory Years, the return to greatness and the past two decades where winning has become not only a joy, but expected. We’ve seen quarterbacks like John Hadl and Randy Wright, but we’ve also enjoyed the gravy train provided by Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers.

All that seems to have come naturally and we’ve been blessed. We understand that.

We also all understand the special place in which the Packers are viewed across the league – by fans and intense rivals. And that’s why I, for one, was so pleased that the Packers were placed within the NFL Network’s Dynasty Month – and were the team selected to kick off the new series on the league’s official network.

Yesterday kicked off the week with appearances by current Packers A.J. Hawk and James Jones, as well as a look back at Vince Lombardi in the “A Football Life” series. It was a great start.

But today the series continues. If you are near a television this afternoon and evening or can get to one, there is so much programming that you might be interested in watching. If you don’t subscribe to the NFL Network, this is the week to pay a visit to your uncle or cousin who has access … it might be worth it.

If you do subscribe and have the opportunity to watch, here’s what’s on tap for today. Remember all times here are Central Standard Time.

Enjoy … and GO! PACK! GO!

 Green Bay Packers Dynast Week on NFL Network

Tuesday, March 4

1 p.m. NFL’S GREATEST GAMES Revisit the coldest game in NFL history, with Bart Starr‘s one-yard plunge providing the finishing touch on one of the most dramatic games ever played.
2:30 p.m. TEAM HIGHLIGHTS “1967 Green Bay Packers” – Vince Lombardi leads the Packers to their second consecutive Super Bowl win. This is the story of the 1967 season for the Green Bay Packers.
3 p.m. TOP 10 “Top 10 Weather Games” – From the legendary “Ice Bowl” to the Raiders-Patriots “Snow Bowl,” NFL’s Top 10 ranks the greatest bad weather games in NFL history.
4 p.m. AMERICA’S GAME “America’s Game” – 1967 Green Bay Packers – Re-live the story of the 1967 Green Bay Packers through the eyes of Jerry Kramer, Chuck Mercine and Dave Robinson. Narrated by Tom Selleck.
5 p.m. SUPER BOWL HIGHLIGHTS “Super Bowl II Green Bay Packers vs. Oakland Raiders” – Legendary Packers head coach Vince Lombardi won his second Super Bowl in as many years defeating the Oakland Raiders 33-14. Packers quarterback Bart Starr was named the game’s MVP after throwing for 202 yards and 1 touchdown.
5:30 p.m. SOUND FX: BEST OF “Sound FX: Mike Holmgren” – On-field sights and sounds of Mike Holmgren’s memorable NFL career.
6 p.m. TOP 10 “Top 10 Motivational Coaches” – Vince Lombardi once said, “We would accomplish many more things if we did not think of them as impossible.” NFL’s Top 10 takes a look at the coaches, like Lombardi, who were the best motivators including Bill Parcells, Jon Gruden, and Dick Vermeil.
7 p.m. NFL TOTAL ACCESS “NFL Total Access” – The nightly flagship program of NFL Network brings information, opinion, debate and interviews with NFL players and coaches. Hall Of Fame and Super Bowl Champion analysts include Warren Sapp, Willie McGinest, LaDainian Tomlinson, Kurt Warner and more.
8 p.m. NFL’S GREATEST GAMES Revisit the coldest game in NFL history, with Bart Starr’s one-yard plunge providing the finishing touch on one of the most dramatic games ever played.
9:30 p.m. TEAM HIGHLIGHTS “1967 Green Bay Packers” – Vince Lombardi leads the Packers to their second consecutive Super Bowl win. This is the story of the 1967 season for the Green Bay Packers.
10 p.m. NFL TOTAL ACCESS “NFL Total Access” – The nightly flagship program of NFL Network brings information, opinion, debate and interviews with NFL players and coaches. Hall Of Fame and Super Bowl Champion analysts include Warren Sapp, Willie McGinest, LaDainian Tomlinson, Kurt Warner and more.
11 p.m. NFL’S GREATEST GAMES Revisit the coldest game in NFL history, with Bart Starr’s one-yard plunge providing the finishing touch on one of the most dramatic games ever played.

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