Found September 12, 2012 on Bears Claws:
Fresh from a resounding opening day victory over hapless Indianapolis, the Chicago Bears take a step up in class when they journey north to face the arch-rival Green Bay Packers Thursday night at Lambeau Field. Certainly, a win over the 0-1 Packers would validate the Bears as legitimate NFC North contenders and put Green Bay in an 0-2 hole. Chicago [...]
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