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    that should have been a safety.
     
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    Rodgers OUT FOR THE GAME!!!!

    Thank you McC!
     
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    The Bears have to keep attacking on both sides. Throw on offense and mix in the run to keep them honest. Keep 8 men in the box on defense until Wallace does something.
     
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    Packers are tough on the run. Tough sledding for Forte. I don't think they can cover him in the pass game, though.
     
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    Not 2 feet down. Announcers are idiots.
     
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    OL Is playing very well, and even the D is doing well. They are defending against a backup QB, but Lacy is still out there. May be the D's best game this year. I knew that the guys that are still playing should be able to play decently. The real question is why they are playing well tonight and like crap until now. Permanent turning point?
     
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    I guess I spoke too soon. The D still has some serious issues...

    Second long run given up.
     
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    Wow,...do our safeties EVER come in under control?!
     
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    WOW.. I never saw that onside kick coming. Obviously, neither did our special teams. Got to respect that gutsy call. The guy is doing what he needs to win. They are still scoring very quickly and it is taking us much longer when we score. We can still win,but getting worried. Getting outcoached. And we still are not stopping them very well.
     
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    We still use safeties?
     
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