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It’s almost guaranteed that any time a stun gun is involved in a bet, the outcome isn’t great. A married couple in Illinois found that out the hard way, though. John Grant, a Bears fan, and his wife Nicole, a Packers fan, made a dangerous little bet on the Monday Night Football matchup, agreeing that if Green Bay lost to Chicago, he would use the stun gun on her. You see where this is going, yes? The Packers lost 27-20 and Grant indeed followed through on the bet, using the stun gun on his wife three times while at a local bar — twice on her butt and once on her thigh. Police reportedly received a call from a woman at 12:39 a.m., telling officers that her husband had tasered her multiple times. According to reports, police arrived at the scene and reviewed the woman’s text messages and video on her cell phone to determine that the bet was true and she did in fact consent to the terms of the wager. John was arrested regardless and charged with possession of an electric weapon. If con...
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@peggykusinski Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall told reporters today that there’s a chance Jay Cutler will play this week against the Lions. “Jay’s back. He’s definitely in a position to make it out there this Sunday,” said Marshall via Jeremy Stoltz. A reported surfaced on Monday from ESPN claiming that Cutler will play this week, but he ended up downplaying the...
The status of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is uncertain after he was forced from Monday nights game with a shoulder injury.
Should Rodgers not be able to return Seneca Wallace would be left to operate the Packers offense.
Rodgers left to go to the locker room as the Bears took the field. The Bears hold a 7-3 lead currently,
There is now a three-way tie atop the NFC North at 5-3 with Chicago, Green Bay and Detroit. Marc Trestman dialed up a pretty wild during the teams final drive. That play was on a fourth-and-1 that Trestman went for at the Bears’ own 32-yard line. Matt Forte, who put together a big time run. […]
It certainly wasn’t what the home crowd expected as the Chicago Bears beat the Green Bay Packers, 27-20, at Lambeau Field. As if a loss at home to their hated rival wasn’t bad enough the Packers might be without their star quarterback Aaron Rodgers for awhile.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers guided his team right down the field on the opening drive of the game against the...
Lost in the midst of the Aaron Rodgers injury drama and Seneca Wallace’s inability to jump start the Packers’ offense is one glaring question: Could the Vikings be serious contenders?
Well, now that you’ve all had a good laugh and burned a few calories, let me state again that I believe the Vikings could be serious contenders based on what occurred during the Chicago-Green...
Ready or not, Seneca Wallace will be the Packers' fourth starting quarterback in the last 22 seasons. Wallace and Scott Tolzien started getting ready for Philadelphia, with Aaron Rodgers helping as much as possible.
Well this certainly isn’t good. Let’s just hope this is precautionary for the Packers. Aaron Rodgers left the Monday Night Football game vs. the Bears with an apparent shoulder injury on the team’s first drive and will not return. That […]
By The Pack Mentality Insider, Paul T. Amos
As it is, I am one whom just hates to make a prediction, due to the fact that oh so often, things go a miss. But, if I where forced here on The Pack Mentality to predict the outcome of tonights Monday Night Football game, I would say at the halftime it will be a low scoring affair with the Packers 14, Bears 3.
The Packers have ruled out Aaron Rodgers for Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
It will be Green Bay's seventh straight game without Rodgers since the franchise quarterback fractured his left collarbone during the first series of a 27-20 loss to the Bears on Nov. 4.
Backup Matt Flynn will make a fourth straight start. Coach Mike McCarthy said Friday that Rodgers...
Seneca Wallace has an unofficial - but well-paid - quarterbacks coach in Aaron Rodgers.
Sidelined by a fractured left collarbone, Rodgers could only watch in green warmups while Wallace ran through drills Wednesday at practice.
The process of getting Rodgers' presumed replacement up to speed for Green Bay's game Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles has begun in earnest...
Simeon Wolverines Small Forward D.J. Williams, not to be confused with Chicago Bears Linebacker D.J. Williams, currently on IR, committed to the Illini this morning.
D.J. Williams the basketball player is the earliest commit in Simeon history; the first to give a verbal before his senior season. Illinois basketball coach John Groce is all about energy. He commonly references some...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Packers QB Aaron Rodgers could miss close to three weeks will what is believed to be a small fracture his collarbone.
Schefter adds that Green Bay is still awaiting further tests results before offering a definitive diagnosis and timetable.
Ed Werder reported earlier in the day that a Packers sourced informed him that Rodgers’ injury “doesn’t...
Living blogging here as I did not get this game to be recorded, Green Bay Packers against the Chicago Bears.
Packers are wearing – Yellow Helmets, Green Jerseys and Yellow pants (Packers Green and Gold)
Bears are wearing - Blue Helmets, white jerseys blue pants,
Played at Lambeau Field
Bears – 7 and the Packers – 10
Bears kicking off...
Aaron Rodgers returned to the sideline of Monday night's game to a Chicago Bears fan dropping middle fingers and F-bombs on him.
Facing the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in a prime time contest on Monday Night Football is quite the stage for Bears fourth-round rookie Khaseem Greene’s first NFL start.