It was just over one year ago when Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he felt like the team could "run the table," and win out for the rest of the season.
They did just that and qualified for the playoffs for an eighth consecutive season in the process.
With the Packers at 6-6 through 13 weeks in 2017 andRodgers' return from a broken collarbone, we could actually be seeing "Run the Table 2.0."
Since the Packers lost Rodgers to a broken collarbone in week six, they've gone 2-4 without their franchise QB, but with a victory Sunday over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and some help in the form of losses suffered by the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons - their top competitors for a wild-card spot - hope remains.
Rodgers - Packers fans hope - could return after this week's match against the Cleveland Browns. And the 6-6 Packers could end up going 10-6 to finish off the season.
Let's see how the chips land.