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Say Cheese! The Bears Game

Say Cheese! The Bears Game

Hope everyone had a good Christmas weekend.

Of course the Packers gave us a great way to end the holiday weekend by beating the Bears 35-21 and in the process clinching home field advantage throughout the playoffs. A great Christmas present indeed.

In the spirit of the season, Matt Flynn did his best Rudolph impersonation in this weeks team captains photo.



It's difficult to steal the spotlight from Aaron at anytime, but props must be given where appropriate. Well done Matt. Well done indeed.

On a side note, what is Jermichael Finley looking at?

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foundinidaho's picture

Jermichael's looking for one of those balls he's about to drop. ;)

JohnRehor's picture

Not nice Colleen :)

Samsheapdx's picture

Now now. I cant defend Finleys drops just hope he improves similar to the Defense. These photobombs are getting pretty creative.

JohnRehor's picture

Photobombs are part of the arsenal on game day now-and I think they're great. A little levity on sidelines during game time doesn't hurt, as long as they remain focused on the big picture

Wiscokid's picture

Beating the Bears 4 times in one calendar year has to put a smile on your face and give you bragging rights in Chicago. That's got to put a smile on your face. :)

JohnRehor's picture

A smile on their face, and most definitely mine

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