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I'd be worried if I were the Bears

Discussion in 'All Other Team Discussions' started by TOPackerFan, Dec 5, 2005.

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    Green Bay moved the ball like no other team this season and if it hadn't been for our typical bonehead plays, we would have won that game. The Bears' staff better get to watching some film to figure out what the problem was yesterday, because against a team which takes care of the ball better, it's going to be a different story.
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    The answer to this is simple...Favre. He's still the best QB we've faced this year. With him at QB its hard to play the run. As for taking care of the ball..
    The INT at the end of the first half was a bad decision by Favre. But all of the second have turnovers were forced by the bears defense, not bonehead plays.
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    The second half INT was also a bad throw. He missed Driver by 4-5 yards. Vasher didn't even have to make a play on the ball. The fumbles were due to missed blocks and blindside hits so they definitely weren't Brett's fault.

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