Can the Chicago Bears defense step up against Green Bay

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  1. Henry Burris

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    Unless Rodgers has an uncharacteristic "non stop turning the ball over" game, it's not gonna happen.
     
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    Only way the Bears D stands a chance is if their O keeps ToP heavily in their Favor, 35 min's +
     
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    The Bears run D couldn't stop my dead grandmother from looking like second coming of Peterson. Lacy is going look like Csonka, Walter, Sanders all wrapped into 1 next Monday.
     
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    Not counting on it but I hope
     
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    We need Gimli on defense...

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    You guys remember that "infamous" scene in Deliverance? ya know, the one where chubby, ole' Ned Beatty was a-SQUEALIN' like a piggy??!!!!!! Well, that is gonna be our defense against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. They won't be able to sit down for WEEKS. Just accept it now, fellas. ONLY way we win is if McCown throws for AT LEAST 500 yards and 7 TDs...and IF Forte rushes for 3 TDs.....AND if Hester breaks at least two kick returns for TDs. yeah...77 points SHOULD be enough...to at least get it to OT. :eek::eek::eek:


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    Funny... the Bears fan confidence of a loss is greater than the GB fans confidence in a victory.

    I'm gonna go with the Bears having no chance at all... And most TBS members know why I'm hoping that comes true.
     
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    I would suggest that the biggest factor is that it is in Lambeau. If it were at Soldier Field, i suspect the confidence of Bears fans would be slightly higher. Slightly.
     
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    Nope, cause our defense would STILL SUCK, haha!
     
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    All we need is to control the ball for 42 of the 60 minutes and not make a single mistake. Otherwise it's the offense's fault when we lose. I love Mel Tucker!
     
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