While the Chicago Bears have had around the worst possible season a team could have after playing in the Super bowl (really, they did last year), they did one important thing:
The Chicago Bears beat the Green Bay Packers twice in one season.
To make matters more humiliating for the Packers, two of their three losses are to the Bears, a team which, to put it in bar vernacular (so the Packer fans can understand), sucks.
Remember when John Kerry told us how bad George Bush was, then Bush went on to get more votes than anyone ever in an American election? Same idea. 35-7. Not even close.
The Bears aren't in the post season. They shouldn't be. Not at what was 5-9. Now, 6-9, the reality is they are still bad. And the Packers were beat by this very bad team.
Brett Favre should be looking into his trailer home options in Florida and Arizona, being of that age. Lovie Smith? Still a bad coach, but today, he beat a 12-2 team.
Bears beat Packers 35-7
Chicago Sun-Times, United States
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