One win. Seven losses. Eight touchdowns. Seventeen interceptions.
The waiting game is over.
The NFC North crown is on the line this Sunday at Soldier Field, and the Bears should know which quarterback they’ll face soon – Aaron Rodgers or Matt Flynn.
According to Dan Pompei’s sources, the Bears may not have to face Rodgers this Sunday, as the quarterback is still recovering from a broken collarbone suffered on Nov. 4.
Delusions of grandeur danced in the back of your mind like so many sugarplum fairies. Admit it.
Le’Veon Bell scored a 1-yard touchdown with 1:28 left and the Pittsburgh Steelers withstood Green Bay’s last throw into the end zone, dealing the Packers’ playoff hopes a blow with a wild, 38-31 win Sunday.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy said Aaron Rodgers is “getting better,” but the quarterback still hasn’t been cleared to play.
Matt Flynn is the backup trying to keep Green Bay in playoff contention until the franchise quarterback returns.
The Green Bay Packers will have to try to win their first game in more than a month without Aaron Rodgers.
With injuries to both Aaron Rodgers and back up quarterback Seneca Wallace, the Packers are expected to sign Matt Flynn.
Fans of the Oakland Raiders know the phrase “quarterback competition” almost more than any other in the English language. That is no different for the 2013 season, but Matt Flynn hopes that the competition ends his well-traveled career and ends with him.
Trestman needs to take a page out of Carroll’s book and trust his eyes when deciding who’s in the lineup.
Filling the backup quarterback position used to be so easy.
Caleb Hanie is the man for the Bears, courtesy of Jerry Angelo. When the lockout ended last summer, Angelo made the conscious choice that Hanie could lead the Bears in case Jay Cutler went down with an injury.
With the Packers’ loss last night to the New England Patriots, the Bears can now clinch the NFC North title, and a spot in the playoffs.