NFL  > Chicago Bears  > Hey BGDUECE....
September 22, 2010, 01:10 PM
Last year before our first meeting ou proclaimed that Rodgers was "soft". Hmm, as I recall your predections for both games fell flat.

Please gimme more!

I love your carping about Julius Peppers, ya know, $91 million for one big play (sack, fumble, & TFL).

Well, let's hear 'em.

I say Clay Matthews has 3 more sacks on Monday night.

You said Peppers is going to hit Rodgers so hard his number will change from 12 to 21. I don't see that happening.

Let the smack talk begin!

And I really hope for an injury free game, for both teams.
September 22, 2010  01:18 PM ET

Posted this some where else as well.

Overall D. Ware > C. Matthews....Bears had an answer for D Ware.

Matthews got away with playing the leagues, current 1 and 2 worst Oline according to sacks given up....Buff and Philly.

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September 22, 2010  03:07 PM ET

I'm not sure about Rodgers being soft. I do feel like he has the best skill set of ALL the quarterbacks in the league. The only signal caller that I'd pick before Rodgers is Peyton Manning. That is only because of Manning's game management ability.

September 22, 2010  03:10 PM ET

ESPN will have another good Monday Night match up! Should be exciting. Who thought the SF/NO would be any good when NO jumped out 9 to Zero....Looking forward to it.

September 22, 2010  04:55 PM ET

No way BG, this deserves it's own thread. I think it's going to be the opposite. Your gonna be crying in CM3 jock after the whipping your QB takes. Please, our secondary? In Shambles? Your kidding, right? Lets see, a scrub QB takes the worst team in the NFL down the field and because of a wonky rule, the pass is incomplete.

We destroyed the Bills. You're supposed to do that with cellar dwellers. The Lions nearly beat you.

The Cowboys who can't get out of their own way, threw for almost 400 yards against your vonted D.

You sure talked up a **** storm last year. Maybe Stone Legs Vasher will get left in the dust by Finley this year.

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September 22, 2010  05:36 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

No way BG, this deserves it's own thread. I think it's going to be the opposite. Your gonna be crying in CM3 jock after the whipping your QB takes. Please, our secondary? In Shambles? Your kidding, right? Lets see, a scrub QB takes the worst team in the NFL down the field and because of a wonky rule, the pass is incomplete.We destroyed the Bills. You're supposed to do that with cellar dwellers. The Lions nearly beat you.The Cowboys who can't get out of their own way, threw for almost 400 yards against your vonted D.You sure talked up a **** storm last year. Maybe Stone Legs Vasher will get left in the dust by Finley this year.

To be fair, Packers lost a few starters from last year in their Secondary. I wouldn't say they were in shambles however, as Woodson is playing some of his best football. I'm glad he got defensive player over Revis personally..

Lions aren't the worst team in the NFL, bad yes.. but hey they are on an upswing. The D Line and offensive weapons aren't anything to sleep on. I wouldn't call Hill a scrub, he has started and has more wins than losses to his name. Still.. he did move the ball easily against the good ol' "prevent" defense. And yes.. you're right the Bears got lucky on a rule I'd never heard of, personally I thought it was a TD. But hey.. a wins a win as they say.

Again the Cowboys stats are somewhat misleading, they moved the ball at times.. but also got a nice chunk during "prevent" time in the 4th quarter. I'd say the most important stat to take away is points, the Chicago defense allowed only 1 TD and 2 field goals. I agree though that Peppers seemed to be invisible at times.. he had one pressure but otherwise was a non factor. That can't happen against the Pack and have any hope of victory.

Vasher isn't on the Bears any more.. Though to be honest, Rodgers didn't break 200 yards and his only TD was the final pass. Add to that Cutler had what.. 4 INTs and the Bears kept it within 6? It all comes down to turnovers, whoever has more will likely lose Monday night.

September 22, 2010  05:48 PM ET

This will be a good game. Both teams have weaknesses and the winner will be who can exploit them. Pretty simple stuff if you ask me.

September 22, 2010  09:18 PM ET

Well now it's got that kind of smell in the air again. Must be time for the Packers to come to Chicago again. Air pollution meters always go up when they come here. So does the methane (Hot Air) count. lol Bears by 4 points or more!!! Rogers will have to find a way to stop Peppers and Company from putting him on his back side. Your players may be able to outrun our safetys but they can't outrun a zone (especially after they have been hit like they will be all game) in the 4th quarter. Remember the hitting in Dallas? Well it's your turn Green Bay. Make sure you bring your stretchers and medivacs you will need them. Sure I hope no one gets hurt permantly but being knocked silly is another animal all together. I expect at least two of your recievers will not finish the game!!! Pay back for the last few years is here so don't try to run away from it. Just make sure you bring plenty of kleenex's to either the game or to your TV set. Packers fans talk so much huberus untill they lose. Then they are in denial!!! Excuses, refs, etc. It's a typical Packer response. Be grownups and root for the winners!!! Go BEARS!!!

September 22, 2010  10:09 PM ET
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Bears fans are worse, they think they own the league or something and you guys haven't proven anything in years, You better pipe down or I may have to duct tape you to a tree!!! :)

Wow... and what exactly have the Packers proven in recent years?

September 22, 2010  10:14 PM ET
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Well, lots of things!

Uh, okay...

September 22, 2010  10:32 PM ET
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We've won the last 7 out of 11 from the Bears, we played in the Championship game in 2007, we have an overall better record than the Bears in the last 5 years.

I remember the Pack losing that title game, and having 51 dropped on them by the Cards in their last playoff.

Actually, in head-to-head matchups since Lovie became the coach, the Bears are 7-5 against GB.

2004: 1-1
2005: 2-0 (advantage CHI)
2006: 1-1
2007: 2-0 (advantage CHI)
2008: 1-1
2009: 0-2 (advantage GB)

It's all good. I'm looking forward to a great game Monday night, hopefully injury-free, and devoid of anything BS that resembles the end of the Detroit game.

September 22, 2010  10:33 PM ET

* any BS

September 22, 2010  10:39 PM ET
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How many quarterbacks have the Bears had in the last 10 years? Like 30? How can that team ever expect consistent play with a turnstile at QB?

Favre threw more interceptions than all of them combined : )

(Actually I have no idea if that's true, but it made me chuckle.)

September 22, 2010  10:40 PM ET
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At least we made the playoffs last year!!

And had 51 points dropped on you.

I'd try forgetting that one ,too...

September 22, 2010  10:42 PM ET
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I don't want to see anything like the end of that Bears/Detroit game in this game either, That WAS a touchdown, the Bears should have lost! The refs just need to let the guys play, within the rules but let the little things go. I don't want to see some ticky tack penalty on Chicago that gives Green Bay a 25 yard reception, I don't want to see the Bears get penalized for roughing the QB on a real football hit! Etc...

I agree about that last touchdown. It was the correct call, but a HORRIBLE rule.

September 22, 2010  10:43 PM ET
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LOL, I think Favre did throw more picks during that span!! I'd have to look it up because I have only been following the NFL for about 2 years now.

Please don't look it up. (I'd hate to be wrong about something like that.)

September 22, 2010  10:44 PM ET
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It was the refs fault...

Those pesky zebras. Where are the lions when you need them?

Aside from Detroit.

 
September 22, 2010  10:57 PM ET
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This game Monday.. I think I'd rather see a low scoring, hard hitting defensive game, than some 48 to 47 game. I want to see a tough, real old fashioned football game. I've been reading about this long standing rivalry and it just seems appropriate for it to be a defensive struggle.

I don't know... how about 48 points for Chicago, while Green Bay struggles defensively?

That would work for me...

Enjoy the game!

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