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Packers fans celebrate victory with starter Ha Ha Clinton-Dix


WESTON (WAOW) -- The energy was through the roof at Monday's taping of Pack Attack. Fans were excited to celebrate a big win against the Patriots and see Packers starter Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.

"It was a crazy game. I think my heart was pounding. I don't think I was breathing the last few minutes," said Nichole Guenthner who works at Packerland in the Wausau Center Mall.

Guenthner was just one fan in the crowd of green and gold at Dale's Weston Lanes.

Many fans at Pack Attack were still running off the high from Sunday's big win against the Patriots.

Norbert Milanowski from Amherst was at the game.

"What an exciting game. I've never seen not even a person leave," said Milanowski. "Even after the game was done [fans] just sat there and screamed for another fifteen to twenty minutes."

Packers Rookie and Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was this week's Pack Attack guest. Clinton-Dix told the audience what it was like to be out on the field during the tight game.

"It was a big task for us. Going through the whole week. Going through the game plan," explained Clinton-Dix. "We just knew we had to go out and execute and come out with a win."

That win has many fans confident their team will be at the Super Bowl in February. To prepare for the game, fans flooded local sporting good stores to pick up new green and gold gear.

"They're coming home with the big one this year. They're coming home with the Super Bowl trophy," said Milanowski.

Some fans say they are already looking at tickets.

"If they get to the Super Bowl, I'm gonna get there some way or another," said Bruce Christianson from Tomahawk.

The Packers are one step closer to that big game, but Clinton-Dix reminds fans that it's difficult to predict who will be in the Super Bowl.

"It's tough to win in the NFL each and every weekend. There's no telling when you can going to lose so we're just going to take it one game at a time," explain Clinton-Dix.

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