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Discussion in 'Pro Sports' started by cmjh10, Dec 26, 2013.
Aaron Rodgers of Green Bay Packers will return to play Sunday vs. Chicago Bears - ESPN
With our defense, I would be scared if Don Majkowski was playing.
I don't know this is definitely a bad thing for Chicago. Aaron Rodgers or not, he hasn't played for a while so who knows how well he'd play. If GB's backup situation were any better, I'd question putting Rodgers back in for the most important game of the season.
I MUST BREAK YOU...AGAIN.
As a Bears fan, I'm definitely worried. Our defense is borderline horrendous right now and while our offense is much improved (overall), they could easily struggle to keep up.
Should be a fun game to watch if the weather cooperates. Two terrible defenses, one elite QB, and one QB who isn't afraid to chuck the ball downfield to his power forwards....er, wide receivers, even if it's double coverage.
I don't understand when people say they will be out to get Rodgers. It is like all of a sudden since Rodgers is playing the Bears' plan is now try to hit him hard and take him to the ground. Was that not the plan for Matt Flynn and every other quarterback they played all year? I haven't heard it on here, but talking to the random sports fan you hear it a lot.
Rusty, 80% healthy Rodgers>>>>>>>>Matt Flynn
Rusty Rodgers is better than 100% Cutler!!!!
So is Josh McCown.
Sad how the entire Packers team has been injured and will still likely limp their way into the playoffs while Chicago and Detroit still couldn't take advantage.
Detroit has no excuse for not taking the division. Schwartz is a dead man walking
Rodgers has always been taking hits. Him getting injured was really only a matter of when. I am excited to have him back for this game; it sounds like he's been ready to go for a while, but the doctors kept saying no, as they should have.
Can't believe he is getting to finish the season. He should have been fired on the spot after the giants loss.
Bears injuries have been pretty substantial too and they're lucky to even have a shot at the playoffs. Detroit should have run away with it.
This. With Tillman and Briggs missing most of the season plus the repeated losses to the interior of the defense, the offense has really pulled its weight this year and is the reason they are in a position to potentially make the playoffs. They've been signing guys off the street and starting them on the D-line this year.
That sad, I'd run Lacy 50 times against the Bears D instead of worrying about Rodgers throwing the ball.
Well if you get bored, Vikings vs. Lions will be on! Two coaches, each coaching in their (likely) last games with their respective teams, a star RB who's not likely to play, a QB handing out INTs a dime a dozen and the final game in the Metrodump!
Is Lynn Dickie available?
Doesn't matter who wins. Neither team can make a playoff run