OK, so my Aaron Rodgers jinx didn’t work (although it did seem to slow him down…he had a QB rating under 60, didn’t he?) and now the Chicago Bears are done playing football for the year. Yet as painful as it was to watch the Green Bay Packers stomp the Bears in their own stadium yesterday, I can’t even remember what happened in the game anymore because all I can hear is…JAY CUTLER JAY CUTLER JAY CUTLER JAY CUTLER
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Seeing as I’m the world’s biggest Chicago Bears fan, this is very painful for me to admit, but heading into Conference Championship weekend, it’s time I got it off my chest. OK, here it goes: Aaron Rodgers is the greatest, most clutch, most talented quarterback to ever throw a football in the NFL. There, I said it. Happy, Packers fans?