Bill Snyder's sons took out an ad in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel upon his death. It celebrates Bill's Packer fandom and will surely get you a little choked up.
Have Dallas Cowboys fans had a meltdown? It certainly seems like it. Thank you, Green Bay Packers. Witness three instances of the glory.
Our hatred for the cheesehead will momentarily be put aside to admire this job well done. The Philadelphia cheesehead, spotted at Packers v. Eagles.
Once in a while a Green Bay Packers' fanmobile comes along that just boggles the mind. This is one of those occasions. The Packers PT Cruiser.
The Arizona Cardinals are playing the Seattle Seahawks in Phoenix, but the Green Bay Packers are being represented. As they should be in such a hellhole.
Where does CBS Sports think Green Bay Packers fans stack up among other fan bases? Second. They may sound preposterous, but No. 1 is even more so.
The latest Emory University study of the NFL's best fan bases is out and the Green Bay Packers failed to crack the top 10. Completely preposterous, right?
What is this guy trying to say? His truck seems to make it pretty clear. He's a fan of the Green Bay Packers and not a fan of Hillary Clinton.
Caught in the wild. A real, live Green Bay Packers train engine. Seen in central Wisconsin this week. What do we know about this? Whatever you tell us.
Actress Jodie Foster told Conan O'Brien about being a Green Bay Packers fan, except when she isn't. She even donned some cheese. Here's the clip.
Check out this sweet-ass ride right here. Perfect if you're a fan of the Green Bay Packers and North Carolina Tar Heels and a moron. Maybe one more flag?
If you're the guy who paints his fence with a Green Bay Packers slogan and wears headgear around announcing that, then you wear that headgear everywhere.
Well, it's pretty much exactly what you think. A Green Bay Packers fan drops his ticket down a sewer grate and he goes down there after it. Had to.
We've found Touchdown Jesus and he's a Green Bay Packers fan. Touchdown Jesus was at the Lions game and he knew it was a touchdown before anyone else.
Here's video of Richard Rodgers leaving Ford Field on a golf cart. The conversation in the background is much more interesting, however. Anyone know a good bar?
Was it a good idea for some Green Bay Packers fans to adopt a Minnesota highway? We're not sure, but we are sure of one thing. The Vikings can suck it.