Bears’ Jay Cutler, Packers’ Aaron Rodgers Do Battle in NFC North Showdown

September 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If you would have told me two months ago that the Chicago Bears would be 2-0 and battling for first place in the NFC North in Week 3, I would have told you that you are crazy.
On Monday, the Bears will play their biggest game since Super Bowl XLI in 2007. The Packers bring their talented offense, reckless defense and 2-0 record into Chicago.
It will be the 180th meeting between the two teams that dates back to 1921. The Bears lead the all-time series, 91-82-6, but were swept in two games by the Packers last season.
While many people predicted that Green Bay would be contending for the NFC North, hardly anyone gave the Bears a chance. A win on Monday would secure the Bears first place in the NFC North for the first time since 2007.
Monday's game will be a test of what team the Bears really are.
The Packers will rely on quarterback Aaron Rodgers to get their offense going. Rodgers is 38-of-60 with 443 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions. Rodge...

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