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  • #31
    Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
    As long as Rodgers stays healthy, GB will be in 1st.

    Pretty simple.
    Packers were better than the Bears in 2010, when Pack won Super Bowl, but finished behind the Bears in the division.

    Packers are all passing game. They can't run the ball, special teams is ok, and defense is terrible. They spent their entire draft on defense so that could change. Bears have potential to be a much more well rounded team. Bears have a better run game, defense, and special teams. The big question is did they close the passing game gap? Obviously they improved, but Green Bay passing game is so good they don't need to run. Though their lack of running really hurt them against the Giants in the playoffs last year.

    Don't count out the Lions either. The Lions have the fire power to match Green Bay, but like Green Bay have a weak running game. They don't have quite the deep receiving core. The Lions also have a great d-line. Only downside to them is their back 7 sucks. Great QB play + fierce d-line is the way to win the in the NFL. Just ask the Giants. The Lions have that... when they're not in jail.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Da Swerski View Post
      Packers were better than the Bears in 2010, when Pack won Super Bowl, but finished behind the Bears in the division.

      Packers are all passing game. They can't run the ball, special teams is ok, and defense is terrible. They spent their entire draft on defense so that could change. Bears have potential to be a much more well rounded team. Bears have a better run game, defense, and special teams. The big question is did they close the passing game gap? Obviously they improved, but Green Bay passing game is so good they don't need to run. Though their lack of running really hurt them against the Giants in the playoffs last year.

      Don't count out the Lions either. The Lions have the fire power to match Green Bay, but like Green Bay have a weak running game. They don't have quite the deep receiving core. The Lions also have a great d-line. Only downside to them is their back 7 sucks. Great QB play + fierce d-line is the way to win the in the NFL. Just ask the Giants. The Lions have that... when they're not in jail.
      Fair in 2010, but i believe they had 15 players on IR, and Rodgers missed two games, half of the Detroit game, and all of the NE game that they nearly won with Flynn. In before someone says Rodgers is a system QB.

      They didn't run the ball great vs NYG, but they had some balance. They just looked out of sync from the start of the game.

      And yeah, it's a 3-horse race with GB/Det/Chi.

      Would go with GB b/c they got the best QB in the league imo with Rodgers.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
        Fair in 2010, but i believe they had 15 players on IR, and Rodgers missed two games, half of the Detroit game, and all of the NE game that they nearly won with Flynn. In before someone says Rodgers is a system QB.

        They didn't run the ball great vs NYG, but they had some balance. They just looked out of sync from the start of the game.

        And yeah, it's a 3-horse race with GB/Det/Chi.

        Would go with GB b/c they got the best QB in the league imo with Rodgers.
        Will gowith the Bears because they are the most well rounded and balanced team in the NFCN.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
          As long as Rodgers stays healthy, GB will be in 1st.

          Pretty simple.
          Pretty simple.

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