The Packers are no match for the Bears and 4th Phase


It's the match-up we've all been waiting for, ever since the Packers
swept the Bears last season. The Bears have addressed all their needs in
the offseason and in the first two games, we've already seen that they
are an improved team. The Packers, on the other hand, are the same team,
with the same personnel and same system. Tonight the Packers won't know
what hit them and in front of a national audience. Expect the Bears to
shock and awe.

Last week, against the Cowboys, Jay Cutler was
hit on the 9 times in the first three series. If the game was played
last season, the Bears would have lost by 30 points. Not this season.
The Bears are a resilient group that can adapt during the course of the
game. Many of us knew this Bears team was a different team than last
season, and last week the proved it. Plenty of national media folks said
the Cowboys were in a down year. Really? They beat the Texans yesterday
and many thought the Texans were the best team in the league.

4th Phase is excited. We have been talking it up all week and now it's
time to put up or shut up time for us and the Bears.

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