January 21st, 2011
by bearsbacker

-Packers QB Aaron Rodgers set an NFL record with 10 touchdown passes in his three career playoff games.
-Bears QB Jay Cutler was sacked nine times in the two regular season meetings against the Packers, but the Bears offensive line has played much improved, I don’t see him going down a lot on Sunday.
-Mike Martz admitted that he called a bad game in week 17 and a lot of that probably had to do with the fact that the game meant nothing to the Bears. Martz wanted to mix it up and get some new plays done in live game play, but he abandoned the run.
-The team that runs for more yards than the other is 8-0 in the NFL post-season.
-Terry McAuley, whose crew called 18 penalties for 152 yards on Green Bay back in week 3 against the Bears, will be the referee in this third match up on Sunday.
-Jay Cutler’s passer ratings in four games against the Packers: 43.2, 74.9, 82.5, and 43.5. We can only hope he steps it up on Sunday because if he has a passer rating in the 40′s the Bears are cooked.

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