#PackersDaily: Does it matter who's starting at QB for the Bears?

Aaron chats with Packers fans worldwide as the team starts to draw up its gameplans for the showdown with the Chicago Bears.

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mbpacker's picture

November 24, 2020 at 12:00 pm

Do you think the Bears would approach the Packers for loaning them Love for a few games? Happy Thanksgiving Packer Nation. If you can't have turkey try some roasted bear meat!

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PaPackersfan's picture

November 24, 2020 at 12:23 pm

This is a all-time classic rivalry, my favorite. Doesn't matter who is in at QB for the Bears. Just put a mound of pressure on them and make them cause their own mistakes, and then take advantage of it.

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mbpacker's picture

November 24, 2020 at 05:56 pm

Completely agree. Most of my relatives are Bear fans. It's been fun during the Farve & Rodgers years. I do miss Matthews harassing Jay Cutler too.

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4thandinches's picture

November 24, 2020 at 09:34 pm

And isn't it just so awesome that we truly don't need to care about who they are going to play at QB? Life is good and the Bears still suck. Go pack

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Lphill's picture

November 24, 2020 at 03:59 pm

As long as JK Scott is punting the Packers will keep it a close game.

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Harold Drake's picture

November 25, 2020 at 07:20 am

Those who believe the myth that the Packers will send Rodgers packing for the 2022 season should read the following analysis from The Wahington Post:

"Now that he has shown he can reverse the trend, a look comparing him to his Hall of Fame-worthy peers suggests Rodgers should continue to shine. His stats outshine Brees’s and Brady’s at this age, suggesting he could sustain a high level of play into his 40s. Plus, Rodgers is scoring 26 more points per 100 plays (passing and rushing) than expected this year after accounting for the down, distance and field position of each opportunity, per TruMedia. Brady scored 17 more points per 100 plays than expected in 2014 at 37, and Brees managed 16 more points per 100 plays at that age in 2016.

"With statistics like these, it’s worth wondering whether Love will ever get a shot to be Green Bay’s starting quarterback. Rodgers’s four-year, $134 million contract expires after the 2023 season — unless he exercises his opt-out clause in 2022 — potentially paving the way for a change under center. Love is under contract through 2023 with a club option for a fifth year in 2024 that must be exercised in Year 3. In other words, it’s possible the Packers will face a decision on Love without him ever taking a meaningful snap. And it’s hard to turn away from a quarterback of Rodgers’s caliber, even at a relatively advanced age, because Love’s future as a top-tier quarterback isn’t a slam dunk."

Exactly.

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cow7's picture

November 25, 2020 at 07:56 am

Yup.

Even IF Love becomes an All-Pro, it still was an awful pick.
To throw away the final 3-4 years of one of the all-time great QBs was a titanic mistake.

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