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    Packers sack Bears

    Green Bay isn't Indy, but Cutler is Cutler! Packers flex their Matthews in an easier than expected W.

    And the Bears still suck.



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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Packers fans are worse than Iowa fans


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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    I'm a fan of neither, but seriously...The Bears should just be embarassed as hell by that. Cutler whining/mixing it up while getting sacked around along with yelling at his own players...combined with throwing some of the worst INT's i've ever seen. Good lord Chi-town, you can pay me 7.7 million to play like that.



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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by kingcy View Post
    Packers fans are worse than Iowa fans
    Let me guess, you are a Bears fan?



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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by kingcy View Post
    Packers fans are worse than Iowa fans
    Really? I fail to see the comparison...



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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    That was terrible. My sister (also a Bears fan) texted me that Cutler had a great sack to interception ratio.



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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Green Bay leads the league in two things: most players on the team with ponytails, and fans with type-2 diabetes.


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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by bostrem00 View Post
    Really? I fail to see the comparison...
    Green Bay fans act better than Iowa fans, however there is a lot of overlap of their fanbases. Many Iowa fans are GB fans, so when they cheer, they just seem obnoxious. That, or the better GB fans live in Wisconsin.



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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by klamath632 View Post
    Green Bay leads the league in two things: most players on the team with ponytails, and fans with type-2 diabetes.
    How many? AJ Hawk no longer has a ponytail, so that leaves Matthews. And I back the Pack and don't have diabetes. Don't have the stats in hand, so I can't prove you wrong, but I'm calling BS.

    The Packers may, however, lead the league in the number of fans of other teams who are envious of GB's success. If you can't beat 'em, bust on 'em, I guess.


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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by Erik4Cy View Post
    I'm a fan of neither, but seriously...The Bears should just be embarassed as hell by that. Cutler whining/mixing it up while getting sacked around along with yelling at his own players...combined with throwing some of the worst INT's i've ever seen. Good lord Chi-town, you can pay me 7.7 million to play like that.
    Not to defend Cutler, because he played one of the worsts games I have ever seen him play (and that is saying something), but I would have chewed J'Marcus Webb's *** as well after that. The Bears O-line took a giant step backwards last night.



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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Cutler's a whiner. I respected his ability when he was at Vandy, but the way he constantly cries and the persona he projects in the NFL doesn't do anything positive for his reputation. He may be loaded with potential, but doesn't appear to be much of of team guy, either. That might possibly the reason Denver traded him.



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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Since when did Rex Grossman rejoin the Bears?




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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by ISpyCy View Post
    Since when did Rex Grossman rejoin the Bears?
    Started with a Cutler make-over...



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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by Blandboy View Post
    How many? AJ Hawk no longer has a ponytail, so that leaves Matthews. And I back the Pack and don't have diabetes. Don't have the stats in hand, so I can't prove you wrong, but I'm calling BS.
    LOL.


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    Re: Packers sack Bears

    I've never been a Cutler fan, but for some reason I made the decision to pick him up on my fantasy team this year and started him last night. Oops.



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