That guy has a big stomach (AP)
That was the best loss I've ever watched. I watched this game a bit like the Bears played it. Yes, I cooked up some food and was ready for kick-off. Yes, I watched every single play. Yes, I showed frustration when the wifey and son were making too much noise with the train set. I did my part as a Chicago Bear fan. But what was missing? Intensity. In the back of my mind, I knew this game didn't matter one bit. And as it went on, I was kind of rooting for the Packers to win because this year's version doesn't scare me one bit.
I might be the only person saying this: I would LOVE for the Packers to come to Chicago in the playoffs.
Rodgers & McCarthy have a hard time with the Bears Cover-2 defense. And without Ryan Grant slashing the front 7 with big runs, the Packers become seriously one-dimensional against us. The GB defense is stout, but remember, the Bears had nothing to play for. That doesn't mean you rest your starters. What it means is that you play base offense, to make sure you don't give away gameplans. And when the Bears go to their base offense, Cutler gets clobbered.