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Packers Knows Blueprint To Beat Cutler & Bears

Senior writer jclombardi analysis with blueprint to beat Culver and Bears.

With the Packers playing flawless football on the playoffs road to the Super Bowl, they will beat the Bears with a methodological game plan.  Here is why:

1) QB Aaron Rodgers. While the Bears will play Cover-2 and timed blitzes against QB Rodgers, he will beat it like in the Falcons game throwing for another 300 yards and 3 touchdowns. Rodgers will improvise under good protection to sling and ding to move the West Coast offense into scoring situations. When necessary, he can make long vertical passes to make scoring plays. The offensive line will play their game of their lives with All-Pro LT Clifton helping to deal with DE Peppers and company.

2) The Packers defensive scheme. Like the winning Packers game in Lambeau, the blitz pressure and tight coverage Packers defense will rattle QB Cutler into big turnovers. The best secondary in the league, lead by CBs Williams, Woodson, and Shields, will limit the primary Bears receivers including playmakers WR Knox & WR Hester. Also, safeties Collins and Peprah will help to diminish the Bears receivers including playmaker TE Olson. With the outstanding front seven continuing its stellar playoffs performances, the Packers will limit Bears RB Forte. 

3) An improved running game. While the Bears lead the NFC in rushing defense allowing only 90 yards per game, the Packers have rookie James Stark to help establish a productive running game to produce a two-dimensional West Coast offense. They accomplished this against the Phillies and the Falcons.

4) Poor field conditions–Nonfactor. Although the playing surface at Soldier Field is one of the worst in the NFL according to its own players, the Packers are used to playing under adverse conditions. Cold temps and bad turf conditions will present no problem for the Packers and their wide receivers. It’s gonna be a great “Legendary” Packers victory against the “Still Suck” Bears.


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2 Responses to “Packers Knows Blueprint To Beat Cutler & Bears”

  1. Travis says:

    Dom capers showed in the Wild Card game that he will succeed at stoping your play maker.

    Hester will be knocked out of punt return game and while giving them 10 yards by kicking it out of bounds sounds bad Hester averages 17 so it isn’t that bad.

    Cutler hasent ever had a good game vs. Packers and don’t expect it to start.Olsen won’t repeat as seeing he had like 2 40+ catches…and that isn’t happening agaisnt the Pack.

    Packers line will be prepared and once again the Penaltys won’t happen(and if it does the NFL better look into it)

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