Brian Urlacher never fared well against the Green Bay Packers during a 13-year career with the Chicago Bears that ended this week with a somewhat unexpected retirement announcement.
Despite the Bears only winning 9 of 27 in that time against their NFC North rival, Urlacher often made his presence felt. He also left a lasting impression on Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who called Urlacher his "favorite player to play against" in an interview with Jim Rome.
"I just have the utmost amount of respect for him, the way he plays the game," Rodgers told Rome. "A lot of memories come to mind. He picked me off a couple times, maybe more than anybody else has. But I had one really bad play in the NFC Championship in the 2010 season and was able to somehow grab his knee or thigh area enough to trip him up for a tackle. That's one of my favorite memories going against Brian."
While that play may have been Urlacher's best against either Rodgers or Brett Favre during heated Packers-Bears g...