Rodgers cleared to play agaist the Bears

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  1. BJE80

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    I'm betting that Mathews will be sent to the IR and Cobb will be activated.

    Hopefully Cutler doesn't get hurt on the first series and "plays" the whole game.
     
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    I don't know which I'm more afraid of...Cutler getting hurt and the Bears being better with McCown or Rodgers getting re-injured....either way GO PACK GO!
     
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    Let's go Packers!


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    Go Packers! You know what they will always say, "The Bears still suck!". :) :)
     
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    I am a Lions fan, grew up in a Bears house and married a Cheeshead fan. i still dont know what i did to deserve this lol.
     
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    It's not Rodgers I'm worried about. Our secondary is so-so and he's coming off a few weeks on the sidelines in super cold temps so I'm not expecting him to be in MVP form. However I think Eddie Lacy is going to pound us harder than a week of backcountry "hunting" with Dan and his buddies.

    If our defense can put together even a so-so game I think the Bears pull this one out at home in single digits. Packers D isn't anything to worry about, especially with Matthews out.
     
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    I don't see the reason for bringing him back and taking a risk. I think either team that wins will probably get bounced the first round of the playoffs anyway.
     
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    It is supposed to be 32 deg on Sunday in Chicago. I'd call that a heat wave with the weather lately.

    I am worried about Jeffery and Marshall against our secondary especially with no pressure being put on Cutler. Lacy has a pretty bad ankle and may not be as much of a force as you might think.

    I really don’t know what to expect.
     
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    I laughed.
     
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    Hilarious! :tu:
     
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    If Rodgers doesn't need time to shake off the rust and has his timing with the offense lime he did before he went out this changes a lot in the NFC picture.
     
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    IMO not really. I don't have faith in either the Bears or Packers making it past the 1st round of the playoffs regardless of who wins this week. There's too many complete teams in the NFC that are playing really well right now for these two to be a real threat.
     
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    I just don't see any stand out favorite in the NFC. I had a few on the radar up until the past couple weeks, but......

    Saints scoring 10 pts on the road and now the road to SB is on the road
    Seahawks getting beat at home which was unthinkable
    Eagles get thumped by the Vikings
    Carolina? San Fran?
    Bears with Cutler don't seem the same offense

    I dont' know. It seems all over the place and unpredictable. I think the Pack has the ability (if Rodgers is Rodgers) to simply outscore people and get hot at the right time.
     
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    AR was clearly the difference. He didn't play great. But no way the Pack wins that game with Matt Flynn.
     
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