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Monday, January 24, 2011

Cheeseheads from Green Bay Prevail Over Chicago Bears 21-14 in NFC Championship for Trip to Super Bowl | Culter Controversy



Falling behind early and key turnovers prevented the Chicago Bears from making a comeback in the NFC Championship game, which they lost 21-14 to the Green Bay Packers, in football's oldest and most storied rivalry.

With the Pittsburgh Steelers defeating the New York Jets in the AFC Championship, the matchup between the Packers and Steelers for the Super Bowl are two teams with extensive NFL history.

However, for Chicago fans, this wasn't supposed to be how it happened.

From coaching decisions (i.e. giving the Packers the ball to start the game) to questions about QB Jay Cutler's injury and inability to play during the second half, the blame game has begun.

What went wrong and did the Bears fail or did it actually overachieve to get here in the first place?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

On the bright side, at least we won't have to look at obama, while we're watching the Super Bowl