Urlacher And Bears Want To End Packers’ Season

Despite not having much to gain from a win over the Packers, this is still a rivalry and the Bears want to end Green Bay’s season on Sunday.

“If they win they’re in,” Brian Urlacher said. “We’ve got ours locked up, obviously, with the bye and number two seed.”

The Bears’ still have an outside shot at earning the NFC’s top seed, but that’s not the only motivation for beating the Packers.

“It’s a big game for them,” Urlacher said. “It’s a big game for us too, it’s our rivalry. I’d like to be 12-4. I’d like to knock them out of the playoffs, so it’s a big game for us too.”

Anyone wanting the Bears to rest their starters, or “phone it in”, against their 90-year rival will be disappointed. And Bears players and fans look to enjoy the disappointment felt by the Packers if the Bears can go into Green Bay and leave with a season sweep.

  • Truckerman45

    DUM DE DUM DUM ! ! ! !



    • LovieDaBears4

      Truckerman45: STOP YOURSELF!!!! 1st off, how many times did GB sack Chicago in the last outing??! 2nd, how many times has Cutler been sacked in the last 6 games?? 3rd: what’s Cutler’s TD-INT ratio, QB rating, and completion percentage the last 6 games???? Find the answers to those questions, and ask yourself then, “what logically tells me this is what’s going to happen on Sunday?”

  • Truckerman45


  • Chris

    Bears 34, Packers 24

    Injuries and turnovers will get the best of the Packers and the Bears will end the season 12-4 with the division sweep.

  • puddin' head

    Get the brooms out..oh can’t wait to see what the packers have cooked up for Devin i’m guessing on side kicks all game

  • Jon, Montgomery

    just a heads up… the packers can lose this game and still get in the playoffs, all they would need is for the giants to lose, which is possible, so, knock out of the playoffs? that’s not up to the bears even if the bears win.

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    bears 45 pac 10

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