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Official Bears thread for Christmas

Discussion in 'Game Day Archive' started by longtimefan, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. packerfan4ever

    packerfan4ever Cheesehead

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    Well nfl.com said Mchown will be at the helm for the bears,not sure how good he is I didn't realize against chifes Pickett didn't play in a way hope they rest him this week since bears o-line doesn't have many weapons think our d-line can handle them our o-line needs to keep Peppers at bay if they can do that think we will be okay I think it a win 30-10
     
  2. The Drew

    The Drew #packergang

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    Im sure we will be OK... The D will make adjustments the only thing I am worried about is Peppers getting around Newhouse and laying one on Rodgers!
     
  3. Vladimirr

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    Packers win, 57-3. BEARS SUCK!
     
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  4. RyleesPop

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    I am spending Xmas with my in-laws who are all HUGE Bears fans. I can't think of any place I would rather be!!! It is going to be EPIC [​IMG]
     
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  5. EmDiggy

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    Good evening Packers fans! Good luck this week!

    Em
     
  6. BillyBoy

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    Josh McCown is starting, not Hanie. Cool vid
     
  7. Bogart

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    Is he going to play like a Clown? We can start calling him McClown....
     
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  8. BillyBoy

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    Yup, Clay's gonna make him look like a clown and then flatten him like a fathead decal.
     
  9. greenandgold

    greenandgold I'm Dirty Hairy Callahan

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    We didn't make fun of his name when he beat the BiQueens as a Cardinal and put us in the Playoffs.

     
  10. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    wow, his stuff gets locked every week..He doesnt read our forum just spams his crap
     
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  11. ThxJackVainisi

    ThxJackVainisi Lifelong Packers Fanatic

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    The starting OL is likely to be Newhouse, EDS, Wells, Sitton, and Lang, with a guy who hasn't played in an NFL game since 2008 and has just one week in the playbook as a backup at OT. So this is the concession to the battered state of the OL I hope McCarthy makes: I would like to see him have either Crabtree or Taylor (whoever is the better pass blocker), or the RB or FB help on Peppers on every play that is more than a three-step drop, no matter where Peppers lines up.
     
  12. maxlives

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    Hate to say it, but I'm expecting a very tough game. Hoping for a Packers blowout win but something tells me this is not going to be an easy victory. But it IS going to be a victory.
     
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  13. Jules

    Jules The Colts Fan

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    I think the Packers clinch the #1 seed Saturday if the Seahawks upset the Niners at home. Not out of the question either. Seattle has been tough lately and are much tougher in Seattle. And have beaten SF I believe the last 5 or 6 times in Seattle.

    So, we'll see in a few days too. Not sure how much a Seattle win would impact the Packers plans for Sunday night. It is Christmas and I think they may want to give the fans a win. But, it would take the pressure off for sure if homefield was already clinched and if Rodgers was getting beat up due to o line injuries they could throw in Flynn.
     
  14. Bogart

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    I have that feeling too.
     
  15. realcaliforniacheese

    realcaliforniacheese A-Rods Boss

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    This game is going to come down to one thing. How does our O line hold up. If they hold We blow up the bears because after last week we have something to prove. If the O line struggles ????
     
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  16. Bogart

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    Right on, as the Bears do love to bring that pressure on. They are the one defense that has shut Rodgers down before and gave us a tough game.
     
  17. Chicocheese

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    The Packers will really have a hell of a game this Sunday if the O-line can't hang on. I have faith in Sitton, Wells, and Lang but Newhouse scares me and EDS is a bit wishy-washy.

    At the end of the day, I see a Packers win, just not sure of the magnitude. My wife's Matthews jersey I got her for Christmas should bring more good luck! I just hope it shows up in time...the jersey that is!
     
  18. Dan115

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    Rodgers can not take too many hits.
     
  19. Chicocheese

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    I agree. Like I said, O-line needs to hold. They should have a major fire under their butts after last Sunday. I am McCarthy let them know about it.
     
  20. Dan115

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    Just win and get out of there with no injuries.
     
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  21. RandyM

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    Green Bay 34 V Chicago 13.... A renewed energy all the way around..
     
  22. Dan115

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    Congratulations Whitewater!
     
  23. DocSkittles

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    I think that is the case. If the Seahawks win, then we have HFA. The last time I looked, SF was about a 3 point favorite. While it's a stretch, the Seahawks still have a shot to getting in the playoffs, but need to beat SF. Hopefully that motivates them to beat the 49ers.

    If that happens, I say start Rodgers, pull him very early, play Flynn and maybe get Harrell some time under center as well. With Flynn probably leaving after this year, getting Harrell some snaps might help the team down the road. I also hope that if the 49ers lose, that The Packers give a lot of their players a rest. The few extra weeks of not getting banged up might just help them heal up in time to keep their trophy another year. I'm sure Coach Lombardi prefers it that way!
     
  24. Hype

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    Pickett is out again
     
  25. Croak

    Croak Terminally twisted.

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    Looks like the Packers will be thin on several fronts....Bears too. This might be a whole lot closer than previously imagined. Don't believe the Vegas point spread.
     

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