Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers on Monday Night

September 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

One team was a trendy Super Bowl in the off season. One team was calling for their head coach's head. The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers are two unlikely teams in the NFC North that was filled with talk about a Vikings Super Bowl berth, now has seemingly faded into a disappointing experiment for the Minnesota Vikings. The 2-0 Chicago will host the  2-0 Green Bay Packers on Monday night, after a lackluster 2009 season for Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears. In their first meeting last year, Jay Cutler threw five interceptions and Brian Urlacher was injured in the first half and ended his season in the opening week showdown last year.
This year has not been without controversy for the Chicago Bears, with the catch or non-catch that the NFL has talked about all season with Calvin Johnson in week one vs. Detroit. A draft bust in Chris Williams seems to be emerging, with his most recent injury being a pulled hamstring during the firs...

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