Can the Chicago Bears defense step up against Green Bay

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  1. Beardown

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    Henry Melton and Dj Williams out for the year Briggs Tillman and Cutler banged up can Bostic step up as Chicago goes to green bay and beat the fudge packers
     
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    Any Given Sunday.
     
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    No.
     
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    Watching GB/MN.

    The answer is no.
     
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    Any given Sunday, yes, but still the answer is no.

    The D is to beat up, it's to old and GB knows how to take it's time and pick them apart. IF Briggs were there and DJ were there, maybe b/c you'll need OUTSTANDING LB play, but potentially 2 rookie LB's going against Rogers w/no pressure? Child Please.
     
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    Since the packers are not afraid to go for it on 4th down,I doubt we wil have the ball more than a couple of times in each half.

    Lacy is being used like a work horse, and we have not stopped the run aall all this year.

    Oh yeah, NO
     
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    The answer:

    NO

    34-13 Pack
     
  8. WearyBear

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    Nope. Even with inexperienced receivers Rodgers seems to get the job done. The Packers have depth on their roster and the Bears don't. Hopefully in the future this will change.
     
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    I am an eternal optimist. We are going to get killed.
     
  10. ChiCityBears

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    The Packers' O is in the top 5. It will run circles around our D.
     

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