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Holmgren: From Over His Head to Hall of Fame

Mike Holmgren (Todd Rosenberg/Getty)

Looking back 20 years, not even Mike Holmgren could have predicted he'd be inducted in the Packers Hall of Fame. But that's what happened on Saturday night, as one of the NFL's great coaches is celebrated for essentially raising the Titanic from the bottom of the Atlantic.

Mike Holmgren was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Who would have thought that was possible about 20 years earlier? Taking over the perennially inept Packers in 1992, Holmgren lost his debut to Minnesota 23-20. Then came a Week 2 game in the sweltering heat of Tampa Bay, a 31-3 loss in which Vinny Testaverde was nearly perfect (22-of-25, 363 yards, two touchdowns) and... Recommended Stories

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