The Chicago Bears amazing run to the Super Bowl falls short after losing to the Green Bay Packers.
Once again, Brad Buell of Libertyville will watch a monumentally important Bears game on television while his season tickets will be used by decorated military veterans.
Just like plenty of other Polish sausage-eating, Walter Payton-worshiping, Green Bay-loathing Windy City football fans, Mark Franzen doesn’t just love the Chicago Bears.
Check out Jeff Joniak’s Keys To The Game as he breaks down the biggest Bears-Packers game in rivalry history.
The Chicago Bears hope Richard Dent can help them shuffle to the Super Bowl.
They’re still pricey, but brokers say owners are willing to part with tickets for less money than they were asking just a few days ago.
For Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers’ fans, this rivalry is as big as it gets. But this will be the first time that the rivalry will be put front and center for the rest of the nation.
This is by far the biggest game, so far, in the history of the Chicago Bears’ franchise. So it’s no surprise that despite an injury, Chris Harris will play on Sunday.
Nothing is guaranteed in life, or in the NFL. The veterans who have been to this point before know this better than anyone.
Julius Peppers and the rest of the Chicago Bears’ defensive line can cause quarterbacks and offensive lineman all sorts of headaches. And it just might be the difference in Sunday’s game.
It’s been a long week of analysis. Almost every angle of the game has been broken down and looked at under a microscope. From offense to defense to special teams, everyone has enough information to make their own prediction of the outcome.
Mike Martz and Dom Capers are two of the most well-respected coordinators in the NFL. On Sunday, they’ll go head to head see who can get the upper hand, and they’ll likely go about it the same way.
It seems as if every Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers fans has their own opinion on who win will on Sunday. And President Barack Obama is no different.
For the Bears, Week 17 was the most important practice of the season.
Some games need to be hyped of by the media. Other games, like Sunday’s NFC Championship need no such hype from the media, the fans are born knowing the magnitude of the game.
The impact of this game has already been well discussed, both in the media and in bars. But a game this big, and this important to Bears’ fans will mean nothing if the Bears don’t win.
Chicago Bears fans hate Green Bay Packers fans, and vice versa. There was a time when the players felt the same, but it seems as if that may no longer be the case.
For Bears and Packers’ fans, this will be the biggest game in recent memory. It’s the matchup that both fanbases dreamed of when the playoffs started. Now that it it’s a reality, it just feels right.
One of the biggest matchups in Sunday’s NFC Championship game will be between the Chicago Bears’ offense and the Green Bay Packers’ defense. The winner of that battle might take the game.
Despite playing at home, the Chicago Bears are a 3.5-point underdog in the NFC Championship game against the Green Bay Packers. And that’s just where they want to be.