PwderPffPrnces @ it again
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Their performance yesterday says it all. They are finally coming together as a team and it shows. Now they need to hold it together, not get too cocky and focus. This weekend's game against the Packers is not going to be easy. In our match-ups earlier this year the Bears struggled, made way to many errors and left Jay to freeze when it came to solid, consistent coverage. The Packers have played consistently well this season, but they aren't better than the Bears. The Bears can beat the Packers. With focus and drive the Bears can score points and capitalize on Packers penalties. They have to minimize their own errors, minimize Packs points and keep their emotions under control. DEFEND! DEFEND! DEFEND! Emotions are going to run high this week. I expect it will show itself on the field. With the new play-off rules, I would like to think it serves as a deterrent for bad sportsmanship. It makes me cringe when I see it; I hope the Bears can keep it under wraps. They need to stay engaged and driven. This is a historical event that will happen here in Chicago. Remember that, fans. Have some class and sportsmanship, too. They can win. I know it. I am in it till the end. The hardest part for me this week?I live with a Packers fan. (He's only 4-have mercy!)
January 17, 2011  05:36 PM ET

It depends on if they can protect Cutler. If they can, the 2 offenses are close. Both Defenses are good. Can't wait to watch the game and see who comes to win. Hope they play it as good as it looks on paper.

January 17, 2011  10:13 PM ET

I'm not sure the Bears D can shut Aaron Rodgers down! If they do they win, we know the Packers have very little running game!

January 17, 2011  11:17 PM ET

It's a combination of things that has to happen for the Bears to win. Personally, I think errors and penalties could be a game decider for them. Rodgers is going to be hard, if not impossible, to shut down, so our offense has to be playing strong. If anyone of them "phone's it in" on Sunday, we're screwed. The only redeeming factor we would have is a kicking game. If it turns into a kicking game, our special teams are better than theirs.

 
January 23, 2011  08:02 PM ET

ei- there's nothing more to say about this one.

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