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Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by JustAnotherBearsFan99, Sep 24, 2013.
He knows what the D is going to do before the D knows what it's going to do.
All verified for truth.
People put the pack on this almighty pedestal like they are untouchable because they have Arron"all praise the mighty one"Rogers. As if their shit don't stink when they don't even realize they are already up shit creek without a paddle. At least they have Mr. Banjo playing sweet nothings for them.
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To be fair, Rodgers IS the better QB. However, we have the better TEAM.
Top 3 teams in Points for:
Obviously, the Broncos and Packers get most of their points from Offense alone (especially QB), while the Bears get it with offense AND defense. This is not to say our offense sucks, but our Defensive scores are pushing us higher, allowing us to score 30+ points a game. Of course, the flip side of that is that we can not always rely on that, so we need to be more effective on offense, while also limiting opposing teams' offenses.
To be fair he's had a better coach for his entire career. Like Cutty says which people blow off, to be in a system for 3 years and more essentially unchanged makes a big difference.
Im not saying Cutler doesnt have the potential to improve. Ive always said that he hasnt performed up to par because of the weak OL he has had while here. He had an amazing one in Denver, which lead to a probowl season.
Still, i would suggest Rodgers is the better QB out of the two.
Now with Trest I will be able to answer this question more fairly this year and hopefully next.
Let's always vie to stay under the radar and be under-estimated. The only thing that matters is who is on top in Feb. The more the Bears are dissed the more crow the know-it-all's have to eat.
Dont worry, everyone is too enthralled with Manning lovefest, the Seattle Defense, the Andy Reid redemption story, and the "Dolphins? Seriously? The DOLPHINS?" story lines to give the Bears much credit right now. They are mostly writing us off as Divisional winners bound for failure.
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