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Chicago Bears drank Green Bay Packer’s milkshake

Bears fans haven’t had much to cheer about over the past 3 decades, so you should celebrate minor wins whenever they actually happen.

NOTE: This article is for Bear fans only. Packer fans, you have your own worries. I wrote about it’s here.

Hello bear fans. It may be almost over. The three-decade reign the Packers had over the Bears could finally come to an end. Sure, both teams are pretty bad right now, but the Bears are trending up and the Packers seem to be descending into chaos.

It has not always been so. Not only did the Packers take advantage of 30 years of HOF quarterbacking, but the front office seemed to have a successful plan. At least successful compared to any clown show that took place at Halas Hall.

Bears fans didn’t just have to watch their team get destroyed on the field, they also had to watch them get outplayed by the property. The Packers made all the right moves while the Bears did everything the opposite of right.

Well, maybe it’s finally over.

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The Bears made a trade on Tuesday afternoon that not only made incredible sense for the Bears, but also sent Packer fans into the deep end.

I’ll leave football analysis to the experts, but this seems like a great move by the Bears and the start of creating a young and talented offensive core.

Aaron Rodgers openly asked the Packers franchise for help at wide receiver and even mentioned during an appearance on the Pat McAfee show that he knew the Packers were in talks for Claypool and was disappointed with him. to have missed.

This is literally the first time I can remember the Bears getting something Green Bay wanted and it feels good. It’s like an excitement sundae with schadenfreude whipped cream.

There were great reactions on social media.

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It’s been a long time since the Bears felt like they were in a better position than the Packers. Bear fans should enjoy the feeling while it lasts.

The 17 quarterbacks who played for the Bears during Aaron Rodgers’ career in Green Bay

It’s fair to say that there has been a quality difference at the most important position in the sport for these two historic franchises.