Super Bowl Frenzy: Packers Coach Four Quarters From Fulfilling Prediction

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CHICAGO - "We're gonna win the world's championship again here in Green Bay.  That's the view.  That's the vision."

Those words came out of Packers Coach Mike McCarthy's mouth in 2007, one year after his first season with the Green Bay Packers.

Now, his team is exactly 60 minutes of football from making his prediction and vision come true, albeit three years after losing the NFC Championship Game that year to the Giants.

That, after his Packers upended the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship Game, 21-14.

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McCarthy commented after the victory about the vision that became stronger for this team once they qualified for the playoffs by beating the same Bears team, 10-3, in the season finale.

"We talked about 16 quarters," said McCarthy.  "That's our motto.  That's what we're sticking to.  We've completed twelve.  We've got four more left."