Bears Packers

January 22, 2011 by staff 

Bears Packers, What sticks with you is the bear nearly beat the Packers in Week 17 at Lambeau Field in a game that was everything for the home team and nothing for the visitors. The Packers jumped since it is difficult to assess what a victory over Seahawks 10-loss team means.
Two of the last three NFC championship games have required overtime and it could be headed there. The teams are even, the issues that historically high. Ultimately, a game may get off at the last possession might depend on the health of veteran safety Chris Harris.
Against all odds, the Bears managed to win so unlikely this season. Can they withdraw their greatest triumph in decades? Field position, turnovers, kicking game – the Bears will win every mini-battles to survive a team with more playmakers on offense. The Bears will need every ounce of home field advantage.

This game could very well come down to one or two plays – which means it is completely winning. But it is hard to bet against Aaron Rodgers, who played a quarter about as well as anyone can play.

This Sunday, when the Bears and Packers meet for the 182nd, they will play for the championship trophy Halas NFC. From there, the winner goes to the Super Bowl trophy named to hunt for the legendary coach Vince Lombardi Packers.

“When I think of Green Bay and Chicago, I think the football at its best,” said former linebacker Mike Singletary Bears, now an assistant coach with the Vikings.

“I think that’s what it is. I think the rivalry, the tradition, George Halas, Lombardi, Butkus; I mean all the names and the greatness of Fame. It’s a story there. So it will be very interesting. ”

Halas and Lambeau Bear Packers made it a point not to shake hands after games; competitive rage already in these early years, laying the animated series that has not diminished over the decades.

A season, as the former star running back Paul Hornung Packers he said, Halas knocked Green Bay locker room, asking to speak to and then telling the Lombardi Packers coach who built a dynasty in the 1960s that the Bears were about to whip his behind, a psychological ploy if ever there was one.


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