George Halas’ role in keeping Packers in Green Bay

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Read here. Interesting article in the Chicago Tribune about how the rivalry between the Bears and the Packers is essentially rooted in mutual respect. The article talks about how both teams at different times in their respective histories, helped each other stay afloat.

The Bears still suck.

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6 Responses to “George Halas’ role in keeping Packers in Green Bay”

  1. Nick Says:

    Makes the rivalry more fun when the trash talking is done on the field, amidst a mutual respect. The Bears have always been a pretty classy organization – much moreso than the Vikes. And I feel as though they think the same of us.

    Take note, Pats/Jets – this is how a rivalry is supposed to be.

  2. Joe Says:

    I agree – but can we wait until after the game to get all soft and mushy? I am trying to get in the Bears Still Suck mindset and all this reasonableness is not helping. :)

  3. awhayes Says:

    Joe – that’s why I added “the Bears still suck” at the end! Immediately after posting such niceness, I wasn’t feeling quite right about myself.

  4. Josh Says:

    Did anybody see the picture of Rodgers on the Falcon’s logo in this week’s Sports Illustrated? How did the lineman get into that position? Clifton is on the opposite side of both Bulaga and Sitton.

  5. awhayes Says:

    josh – did not see that…is it online somewhere?

  6. Josh Says:

    I couldn’t find the picture online, but it’s on the nfl.com game day replay, at 1:45. But it was just a chaotic play and Clifton blocks Babineaux across the pocket.

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