Super Bowl Frenzy: Packers Fans From Around World See Win In Chicago

By Jay Sorgi

Next game: February 6th at Super Bowl XLV vs. Pittsburgh
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CHICAGO - Thousands of Packers fans descended upon Soldier Field in Chicago, hoping to experience the road team win their fourth win-or-elimination game and take the trip to Super Bowl XLV.

The Packers obliged, defeating the Chicago Bears, 21-14 and igniting a celebration among all Packers nation, those in Chicago, and those who come from around the world.

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Among those was a young boy from Michigan who told TODAY'S TMJ4's Lauren Leamanczyk that it was "Good. I thought it was great.  I thought they did a great job."

Another fan from Mexico told Lauren that he had to come for this contest.

"All my life I've been a Packers fan," he told Lauren.

All that, while the famous chant "Go Pack Go!" eminated from the happy background outside Soldier Field.

Meanwhile, many of the Bears fans that outnumbered them at Soldier Field left the stadium early, shouting "Fire Lovie Smith" and more vulgar epithets.

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