My favorite teams,
Not scared, it's more of an expectation thing. I expect the Bears to lose every time they play the Packers and Nagy has kept those expectations true with his 1-3 record.
I get this feeling the Packers are going to partially lucky their way thru the NFCCG into the Super Bowl.
Not saying they aren't good, but Rodgers has a knack for lucky bullshit wins he had no business winning.... blown assignments, DBs falling down, phantom PI or roughing calls.
It'll come down to a game winning drive that the Packers will survive with some help from the refs.
And opposing them will be this underdog Titans team that remembers what they are and gets derp stomped into oblivion for one of the easiest Super Bowl wins of all time.
It's like you don't even know me.Not sure if serious.
If joking and sarcastic, a mild lol but a good one lampooning the posters here.
If serious: LO fucking L. Imagine when they do draft the next QB which I suspect will be this coming year. Learning under Rodgers and having built a defense that is set up to allow any QB to come in and play decently enough to win games.
I said in another thread, the Bears have not had a very good run as far as win loss record in the past 25 years. if you look at the trend you see that for the most part they have 4 losing seasons, followed by a big jump in wins in the 5th season, and the playoffs, only to lose in the playoffs, which you expect from a team that won, but was not really good. I suspect this correlates with the GM/coaching misses this team is known for.Since 1995 the Packers have won the division 13 times, Vikings 6 and Bears 5. So, what else is new.
The Packers have also won the WC 5 times in hat time, Minnesota 6 times and the Lions 6 times. Bears 0 times.
So, The Bears are the worst team in the division, having only 5 post seasons appearances in that time. Packers lead with 18, Vikings 12, Detroit 6, and Bears 5.
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this was greatAw shit. I forgot our mutual interests lost to yesterdays. My posting here masters boardwalk and quagmire with aplomb and those that doubt my posts, they suck cock by choice, but please, please accept my alms and imbibe with me our rekindled good natures and shared entertainments (to be read in EB Farnum's voice)
I gotta say I disagree with this. There are a few reasons why.I am astonished, but honestly I really shouldn't be.
If we had the GB defense with that stacked young backfield and the DL finding their groove and turning it on at the right time, we would be cautiously optimistic about the Niners but STOKED about our future in the NFC North.
We wouldn't care that our QB led the league in "bad throw" percentage (whatever in the blue fuck that even is). Does he protect the ball? Yes. Does he step up and make critical throws more often than not? Yes. Does he need sharp route runners like Adams and a growing route tree disciple like Lazard more so than the past? Sure, but they got them and are developing them very well.
I don't see where the Bears and their fans could possibly get confidence??
Did you see how we played them twice this year? Yes? I sure as hell did.
They are good. Legit good and given yet another good offseason has them trending upwards easy and a "no-brainer" force in the NFC let alone the North.
LMAO at some of the responses here. Surest way to close the gap between GB and CHI? Cross fingers after next season, Pettine gets hired to be Nagy's replacement and then start working on getting at least close to being good here.