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Bears Packers prediction

2011 NFC Championship game prediction
Chicago Bears 23
Green Bay Packers 17

The national media has been harping on the Bears all season about their assumed degree of luck. The Bears will continue the media’s perception by defeating a 6th seed team (Packers) in NFC Championship and a 6th seed team (Jets) in the Super Bowl.

5 Responses to Bears Packers prediction

  1. Matt Maldre January 23, 2011 at 12:01 am #

    oh neat prediction time. Hmmm. Unfortunately the first number that came to mind for the Packers was 35. That’s really high. Can the bears knock out more than 35 points? I got this 35 number stuck in my head. So it would have to be 37-35 bears win. But wait. No. I think the Bears will shut down the packers. They’ll get hmmm. Maybe one touchdown and two field goals. What’s that? 13. Bears with 21. That’s my final answer Beears win 21-13.

  2. sparx January 23, 2011 at 7:45 pm #

    I didn’t predict the score, but I did predict a Packer win.
    Regardless of the fact that my prediction was INFINITELY more correct than yours (:P), I thought it was a really good game!

  3. Erik Maldre January 24, 2011 at 12:30 pm #

    you were close, spud. Final score 21-14. You were off by on point! But you had the (unfortunately) wrong team winning.

    I wound up getting the flu from this game. I slept for 16 hours. Thanks a lot, Packers and/or Bears.

  4. Matt Maldre January 24, 2011 at 4:51 pm #

    it was an awful game for the Bears. Three quarterbacks in one game? Really? The bears got walked over in the first quarter.

    I’m happy that i was close to guessing right. As I was watching the game I tried to forget my prediction. Sometimes when you predict a score, you end up watching the game completely through the lens of that score. You worry if they score too much or too little, your prediction will be wrong. So I forgot about my prediction and let the game be.

    It would have been something if the bears managed to pull off a win. That woulda really pissed off the Packers fans since they clearly outplayed the bears.

  5. Erik Maldre January 24, 2011 at 9:36 pm #

    The Packers tromped all over the Bears, yes. However, the Bears defense gave up only 14 points. That’s not bad. The defense came through big time in some defining moments.

    That Urlacher interception? Huge! It was driving me crazy how the TV announcers were obsessing over Rodgers’ tackle on Urlacher. Uh, Rodgers is the person who choked and threw the pick to Urlacher on the 5 yard line.

    And then there was that sack around the 50 yard line when the Pack was on 3rd down. That sack put the Packers out of field goal range.

    As good as the Bears defense played, the Packers defense played so much better and that’s what won the game.

    Though the Bears were in a position to tie the game at the end, so it would have really been incredible if the Bears did pull it off given the tempo of the entire game.

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