NFL Network Goes Fourth With 'America's Game' Marathon

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Football is not the sport most people associate with the Fourth of July, but NFL Network will provide viewers with a chance to look back at  the seasons enjoyed by the league's Super Bowl champions during a two-day marathon of its America's Game franchise.
The pigskin party, from NFL Films, kicked off at 6 a.m. (ET) with America' Game looking at the first Super Bowl championship team, Vince Lombardi's 1966 Green Bay Packers. The marathon continues in one-hour, chronological increments through midnight on July 6, with that installment recapping the 2007 New York Giants, whose improbable win in Super Bowl XLII prevented the New England Patriots from finishing 19-0.
NFL.com is giving fans the vote for one of their favorite America's Game episodes from a list of 10 and the one with the most votes will air July 6 at 8 p.m. and at midnight
Voting on www.nfl.com ends Sunday July 5th at 9:00 PM ET.

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