Posted December 16, 2012 on
Like death and taxes, the Packers' defensive dominance of Jay Cutler is practically a sure thing. The Bears gave up two first-round picks, a third-round pick and Kyle Orton in hopes of getting their championship quarterback. Instead, Cutler is 1-7 against Green Bay.
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If the Chicago Bears had any real intention of participating in the 2012 NFL playoffs then a win on Sunday at home against the NFC North leading Green Bay Packers was a must. A Bears loss would not only concede the division title to the Packers but it would also give the Minnesota Vikings the opportunity to slide into the sixth seed in the NFC playoffs with only two games remaining...
Packers linebacker Clay Mathews brought out his inner Magic Mike yesterday after a sack on Bears QB Jay Cutler. It's not surprising that twitter blew up with ladies saying how hot his new dance looked. I was a little more into the game than the dance which the Packers won 21-10 behind three touchdowns by receiver James Jones.
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