Chicago Bears: Why Is Aaron Rodgers So Tough To Defeat?

September 25, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This Sunday at Soldier Field marks just another chapter in the long storied rivalry of the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers. The league’s oldest rivalry will be renewed once more as the dramatic saga that has become Jay Cutler vs. Aaron Rodgers rolls on for another round.
Rodgers has owned the Bears as of late. Not necessarily statistically, but certainly in the win column.
In the seven starts Rodgers has had against Chicago –including the playoffs – Rodgers has never statistically “dominated” the Bears. He has however won five of the seven games and a few by a comfortable margin.
On average, Rodgers completes 67 percent of his passes for 234.3 yards and a touchdown with a quarterback rating of 87.4 per contest against the Bears. Those numbers alone are not enough to necessarily own one opponent but yet Rodgers has found a way.
So this begs the question then — why is Rodgers a Bears killer?
“For a guy who hasn’...

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