It's finally here...almost. The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears are less than 48 hours away from opening their 2009 regular seasons. Both have aspirations of winning the NFC North and making a run to Super Bowl XLIV. The roads for both teams start this Sunday night against each other at Lambeau Field. For once, there wasn't a quarterback causing a stir up Green Bay's way. There definitely was a stir in Chicago though. Jay Cutler, unhappy with the way new Denver coach Josh McDaniels failed to hide his dream of coaching Matt Cassell as a Bronco (and maybe with the way mean ol' Philip Rivers picked on him), demanded to be traded. Denver found a suitor in the Chicago Bears. Without question, this is a significant upgrade for the entire Bears franchise, whose quarterback h ...
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