The “Fire Lovie” guys may have their candidate.
Julius Peppers drew a penalty flag for a hit on Green Bay Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the NFC Championship game. And the penalty for that hit will continue to Peppers’ wallet.
Even as he prepares for the biggest game of his life, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is aware that Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is having his toughness questioned this week.
Most Chicago Bears’ fans will do their best to avoid anything having to do with the Green Bay Packers for a while. However, duty calls for President Barack Obama as he traveled to the heart of Packer-land.
Over the past two years, I’ve questioned a lot of things about Jay Cutler. I still do. But I’ve never questioned his toughness.
There are numerous things to be upset at Lovie Smith and Mike Martz for during yesterday’s 21-14 loss to the rival Packers.
Normally Mondays aren’t the best day of the week. A Monday in Chicago following a Bears loss to the Packers in the NFC Championship game can be painful.
In hindsight, it was a better season than anyone could have expected. But that won’t help ease the pain any Chicago Bears’ fans or players are feeling today.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will have an MRI on his knee later Monday, after an injury took him out for the second half of the team’s losing NFC Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers.
We all know the scene can grow downright ugly anytime the Bears take on the Green Bay Packers, and the Bears’ losing NFC Championship Game Sunday was no different.
The Chicago Bears’ amazing run to the Super Bowl falls short after losing to the Green Bay Packers.
The first half of the biggest game in the history of the Chicago Bears-Green Bay Packers’ rivalry has come to a close with the Packers leading 14-0.
On the opening drive of the game, Green Bay Packers’ left tackle Chad Clifton took a knee to the head from his own teammate.
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.
Both the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears needed help two years ago (Packers) and last year (Bears). The NFC Championship game could come down to the moves Chicago’s Mike Martz and Green Bay’s Dom Capers make.
The field at Soldier Field has been a a winter concern for a long time and the NFC Championship game is no exception.
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.
CBS 2′s Mike Parker spent some time Friday with the Green Bay fans who arrived en masse for Sunday’s Bears-Packers matchup. Guess what? They weren’t so bad.
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.