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Pro Football Focus predicts .500 season for Chicago Bears

After a 6-10 regular season, the Chicago Bears front office decided that enough was enough, making major moves in the offseason to revitalize the defense. The Green Bay Packers didn’t even win the division that they’ve had a stranglehold on since Aaron Rodgers took over. While the Minnesota Vikings have a very formidable defense, outside of Adrian Peterson there’s really nobody on the offense that drives fe ...

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Lamarr Houston Shows No Fear No Regrets In Expressing his Feelings Towards Rodgers

After reading some of the excerpts of Lamarr Houston's interview on ESPN today I started searching around for the whole transcript to make sure I got the full context of the thoughts of one Lamarr Houston and came across some negative commentary particularly from the national media. Things were being said like why would someone who tore an ACL celebrating a sack while down by 40 points criticize Rodgers for ...

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Lamarr Houston still doesn’t like Aaron Rodgers

Last season, some new life was put into the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers rivalry. The Packers have had the better half of the rivalry since 2010, going 10-3 against the Bears including the NFC Championship Game en-route to winning the Super Bowl. But last season, the Bears finally won at Lambeau Field again and talked some trash. It all started when defensive end/linebacker Lamarr Houston told report ...

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GREEN BAY READY TO PACK IT IN?

In the world of our beloved Chicago Bears what’s happening to our unloved rivals up north, the Green Bay Packers, is as special as the Tillman-Briggs weekly touchdown show. The Packers came into the season as the heavy favorite to win the NFC North and are now facing the potential of finishing last. That might be wishful thinking but the reality is that this upcoming Sunday the Pack might suffer their fourt ...

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Would you rather: Falcons or Packers edition

When the final seconds tick off the clock in Atlanta tonight, the Chicago Bears and their fans will know who their opponent for the NFC Championship will be, provided they take care of business themselves tomorrow against the Seahawks. The Bears will either be heading to Atlanta to take on the Falcons in a place they rarely lose, or they will be hosting their divisional rival, the Green Bay Packers for the ...

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Chicago Bears Post-Victory: Week Three, vs. Green Bay Packers

September 27th, 2010 | At Soldier Field Chicago Bears: 20 | Green Bay Packers: 17 Jay Cutler and his crew assumed to come out with a W on Monday night, but nobody expected a blowout. Chicago took the field with short passes and effective running to eat up some clock, along with yet another outing of players in motion to confuse the complex Green Bay defense. All seemed good in Chicago, as it turned out to b ...

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Windy City Revival: Bears down Packers 20-17

What the hell was that? That's the only thing I am left to ask myself after the Bears took down the Packers 20-17 at Soldier Field in one of the strangest games I have ever watched. Jay Cutler was picked just once, though I swear I saw four or five. Did anyone run the ball besides the quarterbacks? How do you judge how bad an offensive line is? Is it by the number of QB hits they allow or the number of time ...

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Third and wrong; improvement important on key down

Thanks Sunday, hello Monday. The day is finally here, and once we all survive the grind of work we'll be ready to settle in for one of sports best rivalries: the Chicago Bears vs. the Green Bay Packers. You know all the story lines by now. Two 2-0 teams facing off. Jay Cutler and his rough 2009 season vs. Aaron Rodgers on his Pro Bowl 2009 season. One of the league favorites to play in this year's Super Bow ...

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NFL Sunday Week 1 Observations

The first Sunday of the NFL regular season is in the books, and what an eventful opening week it was. There is plenty to talk about, from games all across the league. It seems appropriate to start with the Bears-Lions game, and while there is plenty of other great coverage of that game on the site, I would like to add my two cents. Obviously there was at least one other controversial play in the game, Javhi ...

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