Not So Fast: Green Bay Packers Answer Chicago Bears Defensive P...

If you thought the Green Bay Packers' defense couldn't get any scarier, well you've just been proven wrong. Full Story
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Reality

Kansas City, MO

#1 Mar 14, 2010
Still worried about Harris and his return to form. Glad the base is back though.
If not for the offensive line collaspe in the first part of the season, we could have had two more wins. We still finished only ONE game behind Minnesota. So I don't know why they are so excited and proud. Guess the two losses give them some reason to glote. Things will be different this year.
Chicago on the other hand will have a good defense again, but other than Olsen, no receivers.
eric

Monroe, WI

#2 Mar 14, 2010
Thats what i fiqure,we when 11-5 despite no o line and a new defense that took half the season to really adjust to,now with an offseason to get a few pieces that will fit better and a few pieces for some depth, plus is it fair to expect Favre to have a year like he did last year? Maybe he can,but, maybe he wont,as he played exceptionally well last year.
You are right,Chicago always seems to have a good defense and no offense.last year their offense although not great wasnt normally as bad,but,their defense was good but not its usual self.
wal0645

Yorktown, VA

#3 Mar 14, 2010
GB is setting up to have a special season I believe. The offense line is now stable and with Rodgers going into his third year, they will dominate the NFC offensively. I really see TT going for that OLB with #23; if Graham is available we will take him, if not TT will trade back and get Hughes. Either one of these guys along with Matthews makes for a very scary set of OLB. Brad Jones is good too, so he is in the mix. The defense in the 2nd year of the 3-4 should be even better. We do need help at CB and safety, but I think Underwood could become a factor in his 2nd year at CB. Having both Woodson and Harris to work with these young guys is a huge plus. I will not downplay Minnesota or Chicago, but have good teams; I just think we have surpassed both. Detroit is not in the equation yet.
packerhacker

Carpentersville, IL

#4 Mar 14, 2010
Reality wrote:
Still worried about Harris and his return to form. Glad the base is back though.
If not for the offensive line collaspe in the first part of the season, we could have had two more wins. We still finished only ONE game behind Minnesota. So I don't know why they are so excited and proud. Guess the two losses give them some reason to glote. Things will be different this year.
Chicago on the other hand will have a good defense again, but other than Olsen, no receivers.
I remember Knox smoking woodson,
Reality

Kansas City, MO

#5 Mar 14, 2010
packerhacker wrote:
<quoted text>I remember Knox smoking woodson,
Your memory is bad, the first game Knox was thrown at 3 times, one he caught for 68 yards and no TD, the other two times he was thrown to, Tramon Williams caught it, the other was caught by Al Harris. Yes Woodson was on him for the 68 yard run (25) and catch (43).
In the second game, he was thrown at 7 times, caught 5, one 22 yard reception while covered by Woodson, 4 catches while covered by Tramon Williams, for a total of 61 yards and a TD. He was also covered by Nick Collins, who intercepted the ball and ran in for a TD.
All in all, doesn't sound like he did alot of smoking, maybe you did.
wal0645

Yorktown, VA

#6 Mar 14, 2010
Is it more Chicago has no receivers or Cutler just sucks!!!! What a bum; they gave up their starting QB, two 1st, and a 2nd for that jerk!!!
packerhacker

Carpentersville, IL

#7 Mar 14, 2010
wal0645 wrote:
Is it more Chicago has no receivers or Cutler just sucks!!!! What a bum; they gave up their starting QB, two 1st, and a 2nd for that jerk!!!
Wal0645 is that your walmart employee ID number?
packerhacker

Carpentersville, IL

#8 Mar 14, 2010
Reality wrote:
<quoted text>
Your memory is bad, the first game Knox was thrown at 3 times, one he caught for 68 yards and no TD, the other two times he was thrown to, Tramon Williams caught it, the other was caught by Al Harris. Yes Woodson was on him for the 68 yard run (25) and catch (43).
In the second game, he was thrown at 7 times, caught 5, one 22 yard reception while covered by Woodson, 4 catches while covered by Tramon Williams, for a total of 61 yards and a TD. He was also covered by Nick Collins, who intercepted the ball and ran in for a TD.
All in all, doesn't sound like he did alot of smoking, maybe you did.
Woodson giving up 68 yards to a rookie is getting smoked.
Reality

Kansas City, MO

#9 Mar 14, 2010
packerhacker wrote:
<quoted text>Woodson giving up 68 yards to a rookie is getting smoked.
No it's not. But you go ahead and believe whatever you want.
wal0645

Yorktown, VA

#10 Mar 15, 2010
Wasn't Cutler suppose to be the 2nd coming of some great QB; at least that is what Bear fans believed before the season started. He was suppose to tear up the division and the Bears were playoff if not SB bound. Folks on ESPN had us believing the same crap. Well what did Mr. Wonderful do; he sucked. Touted as being the best QB in the division, he was a distant third only because the Lions were breaking in a rookie. If he wasn't such a whinney baby I could cut him some slack, coming to a new team and all, but he is what he is. Sorry packerhacker your messiah turned out to probably be a dud.
packerhacker

Carpentersville, IL

#11 Mar 15, 2010
wal0645 wrote:
Wasn't Cutler suppose to be the 2nd coming of some great QB; at least that is what Bear fans believed before the season started. He was suppose to tear up the division and the Bears were playoff if not SB bound. Folks on ESPN had us believing the same crap. Well what did Mr. Wonderful do; he sucked. Touted as being the best QB in the division, he was a distant third only because the Lions were breaking in a rookie. If he wasn't such a whinney baby I could cut him some slack, coming to a new team and all, but he is what he is. Sorry packerhacker your messiah turned out to probably be a dud.
IOkay lets's act like we really work at walmart. I've never heard Cutler act like a whinny baby. He did have a crap season last yr, I don't remember any one saying he was the best in the Div. He's a Dud? He's a Pro bowl QB, go push the carts Walmart you fudge packer.
eric

Monroe, WI

#12 Mar 15, 2010
Id give Cutler a 2nd year and with Martz as his O coach,if Cutler has a bad year with this offense then Cuter might be a bust
Steve Tellers

Lakewood, OH

#13 Mar 15, 2010
The Vikings had better make a move soon or they will finish third in the NFC north!
wal0645

Yorktown, VA

#14 Mar 15, 2010
Whatever packerhacker; I have an MBA what about you!!!! Cutler is no pro bowl QB, he proved that last season. Maybe Martz can work some magic with him although there are better defenses in the NFCN than what he played out there in Denver and the weak AFCW. For much of 2009 he looked like a dud. To allude that Knox smoked Woodson, he made one play. It's a pretty ridiculous claim even for a Bear fan to make. All this smack that Cutler was supposed to be as good/better than Rodgers in 2009....we all know how that turned out!!!! Now they turn around and give an aging underachiever like Peppers 20M in 2010 and 80M total; getting shaky like the Skins in their decision making.
packerhacker

Carpentersville, IL

#15 Mar 15, 2010
wal0645 wrote:
Whatever packerhacker; I have an MBA what about you!!!! Cutler is no pro bowl QB, he proved that last season. Maybe Martz can work some magic with him although there are better defenses in the NFCN than what he played out there in Denver and the weak AFCW. For much of 2009 he looked like a dud. To allude that Knox smoked Woodson, he made one play. It's a pretty ridiculous claim even for a Bear fan to make. All this smack that Cutler was supposed to be as good/better than Rodgers in 2009....we all know how that turned out!!!! Now they turn around and give an aging underachiever like Peppers 20M in 2010 and 80M total; getting shaky like the Skins in their decision making.
Sorry Cutler has been in the Pro bowl. Peppers is one of the best pass rushers in the NFL, just ask A. Rodgers. I'm sure he still feels the hit Peppers put on him.That under achiever knocked the shit out of him. Did'nt the pack resign some players around the same age as Peppers?
Danger D

Ipswich, SD

#16 Mar 15, 2010
packerhacker wrote:
<quoted text>Sorry Cutler has been in the Pro bowl. Peppers is one of the best pass rushers in the NFL, just ask A. Rodgers. I'm sure he still feels the hit Peppers put on him.That under achiever knocked the shit out of him. Did'nt the pack resign some players around the same age as Peppers?
True, Cutler WAS in the Prowbowl with Denver, which shows that he WAS good WITH Denver. If you have one scrap of evidence that he IS good WITH the Bears, I'd love to see it.
wal0645

Yorktown, VA

#17 Mar 15, 2010
I agree with you about Cutler being a pro bowler in the past; he had a few good years in Denver no doubt, but I still say we play a little tougher defense in our division versus what he saw playing in the AFCW; you should know because the Bears always play tough d. The big difference is we signed four starters for what you are paying Peppers alone almost. Peppers does show flashes of brilliance, but at 20M in year one; I aint buying it.
eric

Monroe, WI

#18 Mar 15, 2010
wal0645 wrote:
Whatever packerhacker; I have an MBA what about you!!!! Cutler is no pro bowl QB, he proved that last season. Maybe Martz can work some magic with him although there are better defenses in the NFCN than what he played out there in Denver and the weak AFCW. For much of 2009 he looked like a dud. To allude that Knox smoked Woodson, he made one play. It's a pretty ridiculous claim even for a Bear fan to make. All this smack that Cutler was supposed to be as good/better than Rodgers in 2009....we all know how that turned out!!!! Now they turn around and give an aging underachiever like Peppers 20M in 2010 and 80M total; getting shaky like the Skins in their decision making.
With Martz extremely friendly passing offense,if Cutler doesn't have a great year,id be very worried if I were a Bears fan, so give Cutler 1 more year.If hes great,he might be worht the picks,if he has a year like last year,then something is wrong or the Bears overestimated Cutlers importance and or talent.
Danger D

Ipswich, SD

#19 Mar 15, 2010
Cutler's extremely talented, but he's not a leader. If they can find a leader on offense at a different position, maybe they'll be OK. But Cutler's just a douche.
eric

Monroe, WI

#20 Mar 15, 2010
Cutler needs someone to throw to. Now they have Forte and A very good 3rd down back Chester Taylor, they signed a very good blocking TE,some 290lb guy who will block and fit in to Martz blocking/passing scheme quite well,now Cutler needs another good WR and a few pieces on the O line,which might be tough as they dont have a 1st or 2nd,but,lucky for them a o lineman can be found in the mid or late rounds.
If they were thinking Hester would be a returner Period,he was very effective returning punts,kickoffs ect,but, hes no receiver for some reason.

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