The Chicago Bears will face the Green Bay Packers for the 183rd time. After last season’s heartbreaking loss to the Packers at the NFC Championship, the Bears were out for blood--and so were their fans. For many, Bears-Packers is not just a rivalry: It’s personal.
The Chicago Bears will have new grass to play on this Sunday, just in time for their game against Green Bay.Last season, the field drew complaints from both opposing teams and the Bears for being hard to play on and having ruts.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is limping around team headquarters at Halas Hall, reportedly suffering from a torn MCL in his left knee.The Chicago Sun-Times reported Monday that Cutler has a torn medial collateral ligament suffered in Sunday's 21-14 loss to Green Bay in the NFC Championship game.
Bears fans, want the secret to winning Sunday’s NFC Championship? "It’s really all about the fat guys. If you think about it, the first line of defense is usually fat guys, and the first line of offense is fat guys. You know, that’s a bonus.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says his NFC Championship Game bet with Illinois Governor Pat Quinn involves team colors and some volunteer time.Walker says the losing governor of the bet on Sunday's Green Bay Packers-Chicago Bears game will volunteer in a food pantry in the winner's state wearing a
Sunday the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers will meet to decide who will represent the NFC in the 2011 Super Bowl. But there’s a whole lot more at stake in this game: The teams haven’t met in the post-season since 1941.
Meatball sliders from Cork & Kerry at the Park (photo: Joseph Storch)So many flat screens, so little space at the bar. Sports fan or not, much of the city will be, ahem, a little preoccupied this Sunday, from noon until 3 p.m., watching Da Bears.