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Bears did NOTHING, Packers handed them the game

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by cheesey, Dec 4, 2005.

  1. cheesey

    cheesey Cheesehead

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    Once again.....the Pack handed the game to the opposition. Been happeneing this whole season. The Packers GAVE the game to them. All the opposing team has to do is wait for Packer mistakes......and the game is over. Well.........first pick in the draft is theirs.......all they have to do is continue the way they have all season. Hopefully it won't be another Tony Manderich.
     
  2. GakkofNorway

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    the Bears will win the Superbowl! No doubt!
     
  3. yourout

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    Gave it to them on a big *** silver platter.
     
  4. wischeez

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    Dream-on CurlyBear..... You haven't played the Colts yet! I agree cheesey, they give the games away without a fight. It's sad, but true.
     
  5. jdlax

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    Actually, Houston's doing a good job of protecting their 1st overall pick. Last second FG loss to Baltimore. Houston kicked a FG with 1:08 remaining to go up by 2 points. Kyle Boller than led Baltimore 67 yards in 1:02. Kyle Boller is not Joe Montana. It's almost like Houston's doing it on purpose.
     
  6. wpr

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    Well the worst part is now their season points given up is more than their points scored. I hate it when that happens.
     
  7. Lare

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    Probably something to be expected for a 2-10 team.
     
  8. musccy

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    you guys are right. The Packers put up almost 400 yards on them, doubling their total. The Bears d is more capable of moving the ball down the field than their offense, so if not for those 2 picks, they probably only score 9 points today.
     
  9. rabidgopher04

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    That would be an interesting match up. The Bears D against the Colts O. Who do you think would win?

    I'd say if it was in Chicago in late December/early January the Bears would win, but in a neutral location (or Indianapolis) the Colts would win.
     
  10. big3

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    I hate to say it, but no one gives the game to the bears. Their defense takes it away. They are that good, defensively anyway.
     
  11. Philtration

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    Why not write a letter to the league commissioner and demand that the Packers record be changed to 16-0 right now. They never actually lose a game and have only given them away as "Gifts" or they get cheated by a bad call or something. While were at it, just crown them as champs for this season right now and maybe even for next season as well.
    Favre throws a pick and it was another "gift" to the other team.
    Their opponent’s QB throws a pick and it was a great heads up play by Jim Bates defense of the future!

    The good teams in the NFL take their opportunities and capitalize on them. The good teams in the NFL win games even when they don't play well. The good teams in the NFL don't obsess over game stats and only care about the one number that really matters..... the final score.
    :roll:
     
  12. Philtration

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    And win 9-7
     
  13. musccy

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    The Packers were on the 2 (?) when Brett threw that pick. I would hope Longwell would make that fg putting the Pack up 10-9.

    W/ that said, I shouldn't have brought this up because I hate the what if game.
     
  14. Zero2Cool

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    If Brett makes better throws he slices up the Bears D. Even a rookie named Gado got 75 yards on them.
     
  15. HatestheEagles084

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    i mean, orton didnt even...or barely broke 100 yards passing, didnt check yet...but ridiculous
     
  16. Philtration

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    The Bears were inside the Packers 5 twice including 1st and goal from the 3 and came away with field goals instead of TDs both times so the score could have been a lot more one sided than it was. If they just punch the ball in they win 27-7
     
  17. Greg C.

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    I guess the Bears are just lucky then because for six weeks in a row their opponents have "given" them the game. It's funny how that always happens to teams with great defenses.
     
  18. musccy

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    I knew I shouldn't bring this up because you can if and but things to death.

    One of the Bears possessions inside of the 5 was only because of Brett's decision to float one in the air at the end of the first half.

    The Pack were inside of the 5 more often than the Bears, I believe
     
  19. Philtration

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    Actually it is the rest of the league that is lucky. Lucky that Jerry Angelo was too stupid to sign Brad Johnson or Kurt Warner when he had the chance during the off-season. If the Bears had either one of these guys at QB right now would they not be the team to beat in the NFC by far?
    Hell, I say play Jeff Blake and you score at least one TD a game from the offense.
     
  20. PackerChick

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    they wont go that far.
     
  21. Greg C.

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    Phil: I'm not sure about Warner (I don't think his style would've suited the Bears), but Brad Johnson would've been a godsend for this team. And Angelo knew the backup QB situation was very weak going into the season.

    With Orton, the Bears can certainly get by in the regular season, but I don't think he can get them very deep into the postseason. Anyway, congratulations for having such a good team this year. Lovie is doing a heckuva job.
     
  22. Philtration

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    I agree. I don't blame Orton at all. It is not his fault and he is still better than Hutchinson or Quinn. Those two losers cost the Bears at least 3 games last season and that is why I knew that the Bears would be a better team this year. He is not losing any games for them but he is not doing much to win them either. That won't fly when it's the playoffs.
     
  23. ArizonaPackerFan

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    The Bears beat the Pack, but I can't say the Bears impressed me much. If the Bears are the elite of the division, I don't think it will take that much to catch them in the off season.
     
  24. Philtration

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    They played a poor game and still won. That says more than winning only when everything is going your way.
     
  25. sixone220

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    i'd rather see the bears win the division than the vikings. i hate the bears but it's much more tolerable living in mn if chicago wins. i only gotta hear it from one guy instead of 50. i got to see the awesome mn-det matchup instead of gb-chi but brett's 2 ints did look like "gifts". even if brett did give away one at the end of the half, they still had to return it to fg range. that's brett tho. if he tosses that ball up while getting buried and fergy comes down with it, it's vintage brett. the way it was, well, it was also vintage brett. gotta take the good with the bad.
     

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