Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears: Packers Win NFC Championship Decisively

January 23, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When your most effective offensive player is your third-string quarterback and your opponent's winning touchdown is scored on an interception run by one of the heaviest men in the NFL, you are not going to win a conference championship.
The Bears barely deserved to come close.
Chicago was second best in almost every aspect of this game.
Although their defense held Green Bay scoreless in the second half, on the bald statistics of the game, they lost.
Part of that falls on the Bears' feeble offensive line.
In the most important game of the season, they allowed two quarterbacks to be knocked out of the game.
Even that winning interception rumble by BJ Raji came about because the pocket collapsed around Packers quarterback Caleb Hanie.
The first half would have been a massacre had Aaron Rodgers not continually overthrown his receivers.
And when the Packers got the benefit of a dubious pass interference call against Bears cornerback Tim Jennings, Rodg...

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