Packers keep pace with the Bears

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It was supposed to be another epic battle between the Vikings and Packers. This game was supposed to a high noon shoot out where the ole gunslinger faced the quarterback that ran him out of town for the last time. It was supposed to be where Brett Favre would have the last laugh against Aaron Rodgers and his former team.

This game was also supposed to be where the Vikings showed a little heart and give the Bears a little help.

The epic shootout that was supposed to happen never did. It was far from it. It was the worst game of the week. The Packers trounced the Vikings to keep up with the division leading Bears.

Our team, by virtue of a tie breaker, lead the Cheeseheads and it looks like the NFC North will be up for grabs and could come down to the very last game of the season.

The 4th Phase know the Bears schedule is going to be tough. Here's who we play:
-    Eagles
-    @ Detroit
-    Patriots
-    @ Vikings
-    Jets
-    @ Packers

The Packers have a pretty tough schedule too. They face:
-    @ Falcons
-    49ers
-    @ Lions
-    @ Patriots
-    Giants
-    Bears

Bottom line, the Bears need to handle their business because nothing is guaranteed.

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