Shea McClellin named NFC Defensive Player of the Week

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  1. DaTreeBears

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    DE Shea McClellin named NFC Defensive Player of the Week after 3-sack game Monday night in win at Lambeau Field.
    -Biggs twitter
     
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    I wonder what the Vegas money line of this would have paid out. lol.
     
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    He and Pep looked a lot better. I hope it continues.
     
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    We can just have McC intentionally injure opposing QBs in the future to win games.
     
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    I have never forgiven Charles Martin, and I do not want the Bears to lower themselves to the peckers' level. Or Ndumbykahn Sue. :mad:
     
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    I hate it when opposing team's stars get injured, because people try to "cheapen the win" by saying stuff like "well no wonder you won, _________, was injured." Maybe we wouldn't have won if Rodgers stays in the game (99.9% believe this). Maybe we would have. But of course now, we will never know. I'd rather beat the best, with our best. I realize most people won't agree with me on that, but that's how I feel about these injuries to opponents.
     
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    JABF, I'm with ya sorta. I'd rather just be the best. What you mentioned only supports the claim.
     
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    There's absolutely no "If Aaron Rodgers played the whole game" asterisk, because Jay Cutler wasn't in it either. Both teams have a crippling amount of injuries, so it was basically "coach vs. coach" more than what the premier matchup would be.
     
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    I think that is an excellent way to look at it.
     
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    Yeah, a few guys I know who are stupid packer fans tried that one and I shot it down right away. We were missing Jay, Briggs, 2 DTs, Tillman playing on one leg ect. This is the NFL, people get injured and the pack have just been lucky thus far with Rodgers. Its their own fault they had no real backup in place, nobody to blame but themselves.
     
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