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Tag: Chicago Bears

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Report: Packers Also Block Bears, Jaguars from Interviewing Alex Van Pelt

Report: Packers Also Block Bears, Jaguars from Interviewing Alex Van Pelt

In addition to the previously reported blocking of the St.

From the Press Box: Bruce Arians Speaks His Mind

From the Press Box: Bruce Arians Speaks His Mind

The head coach of the Cardinals clears the air after his team kept hold of the No. 1 seed in the NFC on Thursday night.

Packers vs Bears: CHTV GameDay LIVE Blog

Packers vs Bears: CHTV GameDay LIVE Blog

Check out all the latest breaking news, commentary and analysis as the Packers defend Lambeau Field from the Chicago Bears. 

Every Jay Cutler Interception Against the Packers in One Video

Every Jay Cutler Interception Against the Packers in One Video

In honor of Packers-Bears week, here's every interception Jay Cutler has thrown against the Packers, all in one video....

President Obama on Aaron Rodgers: He's One of the Best Quarterbacks in the League

President Obama on Aaron Rodgers: He's One of the Best Quarterbacks in the League

The president of the United State was asked to break down the Packers-Bears game during a recent interview.

Packers Calendar: Preparations for the Chicago Bears Begin

Packers Calendar: Preparations for the Chicago Bears Begin

Packers players return to work on Monday, hitting the practice field and getting ready for the Bears.

Packers vs. Bears: CHTV GameDay LIVE Blog

Packers vs. Bears: CHTV GameDay LIVE Blog

Check out all the latest breaking news, commentary and analysis as the Packers travel to Solider Field to take on the Bears. 

Railbird Central Podcast: Julius Peppers' Return to Chicago

Railbird Central Podcast: Julius Peppers' Return to Chicago

Nathan Jahnke of ProFootballFocus.com joins the show to look ahead to the Packers-Bears game.

Opposition Research: Chicago Bears (NFC Championship)

Opposition Research: Chicago Bears (NFC Championship)

For the Packers to go into Soldier Field and raise the Halas Trophy, they'll have to expunge all of the demons that have followed them since week 3.

Bears-Packers: The Worst Kind of HS Reunion

Bears-Packers: The Worst Kind of HS Reunion

You know you've moved on. You know you're smarter, more mature. But all of the sudden, there you are, caught in the same place you were in high school. The Bears forced the Packers to relive the worst parts of their 2009 season on Monday night.

Opposition Research: Chicago Bears (W3)

Opposition Research: Chicago Bears (W3)

Welcome to another edition of Opposition Research, where I’ll be taking a look at the next Packers opponent, the Chicago Bears (2-0).  Before the season started, I’m not sure if there was a team I was less sure about.  Could Cutler adapt to a new scheme? Could Peppers be the key defensive ingredient? Or are Lovie Smith and the Bears just clinging desperately to unrealistic hopes of mediocrity?  Heading into a game that decides the early lead in the divisional race, I’m still not sure I have any answers.  What I do know, however, is that this game is going to be explosive.

Opposition Research: Chicago Bears (W14)

Opposition Research: Chicago Bears (W14)

Welcome to another edition of Opposition Research, where I’ll be taking a look at the next Packers opponent, the Chicago Bears.  To be honest with you, this game feels a little like a high school reunion.  Back in W1, we both thought we were cool, we both had primetime QBs and in-your-face defenses, and so we talked big games.  Now, meeting again after such a long time, the Packers have the hotter date and a brighter future, while the Bears are muttering under their breath about how unfair life is.  I’m not saying this isn’t a tough game for the Packers – it’s never easy to go back to a reunion without slipping into old (bad) habits – I’m just saying that this game will show just how far the Packers have come since the beginning of the 2009 season.

Defense Injuries: Another One Bites The Dust

Defense Injuries: Another One Bites The Dust

There's only been one regular season game, and already, the rolls of players lost for the 2009 season are already filling up.  We've been hearing all week that the marquee matchup between the Bears and Steelers is marred by significant injuries to All-Pro S Troy Polamalu (lost for 6 weeks) and LB Brian Urlacher (lost for season).  The standard doomsday questions abound:  are the Steelers in danger of losing their spot atop the AFC North? (If they are, it's not because of this.)  Will this mean the Bears and Jay Cutler will run wild? (Highly unlikely.)  With Urlacher out, are the Bears still Super Bowl contenders? (No, Peter King, but they never really were.)  Will the Bears' misery ever end?  (Oh, I hope not.) Well, now there's news coming out of San Diego today that Chargers DT Jamal Williams has been placed on injured reserve with a triceps injury. Like the Packers, the Chargers run a 3-4 defensive scheme, and an injury to the big man in the middle is going to put the Chargers in an even tougher spot than they already were going into this week's game against the Baltimore Ravens.

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"A school without football is in danger of deteriorating into a medieval study hall. "
"I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious."
"The Bears still suck!"