ESPN analyst: Packers will make Super Bowl
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers. Image by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
It appears at least one major national prognosticator says the Packers will make Super Bowl XLVIII in metropolitan New York City in February.
That would be ESPN's Ron Jaworski, who predicts a Packers-Broncos Super Bowl.
He makes his pick based off of the excellence of Aaron Rodgers, but also the balance which Eddie Lacy provides the Packers' explosive offense.
Jaworski joked that the pick is "always subject to change."
Adam Schefter of ESPN predicts a Patriots-Seahawks Super Bowl.
"It probably means we'll get a Bengals-Redskins Super Bowl," joked Schefter.
Watch the video below, and don't let the screen image of the ESPN video fool you...that's just Schefter's pick.
Lacy must have seen the pick and felt so confident in the prediction that he decided to take a nap early Thursday afternoon.
I see good Z's in my near future— Eddie Lacy (@Lil_Eazy_Ana_42) August 22, 2013
Scroll through the slideshow above to see your (according to Ron Jaworski) Super Bowl-bound Packers.