Last week, the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears by doing some things they weren't able to do last season: stopping the run (second-year phenom Matt Forte had only 55 yards rushing), depending on Aaron Rodgers to stick the ball in the end zone in the last two minutes, and coming up with a big stop after the go-ahead score. Sure, Jay Cutler helped a lot with the four interceptions and if he hadn't thrown them, the Bears would've won easily. But he did throw them, and they weren't all the receivers' fault. That's neither here nor there, however. What's here is a team from Cincinnati that will be looking to remove a bitter taste from its mouth left over from an improbable 87-yard touchdown throw from Kyle Orton in Denver. Unfortunately for the Bengals, the Packers won't provide the kin ...
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