The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears have one of the best rivalries in professional football, but over the past four years it’s been pretty one-sided.
The Packers have beaten the Bears eight straight times since September 2019 and have won 13 of their last 14 meetings. Additionally, Green Bay has only lost to Chicago three times since January 2011.
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The dominance led Packers quarterback Jordan Love to deliver a jab at Bears fans on Sunday.
«Happy Father’s Day to all the Bears fans,» Love said. «Come on Pack let’s go.»
Love tried to keep the rivalry alive as a new era was about to begin for the franchise. The former Utah State standout officially has the reins to lead the offense after the Packers traded Aaron Rodgers to the New York Jets in the offseason.
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He was a first-round pick by the Packers in the 2020 draft. Since then, he has made just 10 appearances, including one start when Rodgers was out with COVID. He has 606 passing yards, three touchdown passes and three interceptions. He lost in his only start.
Love will look to find his bearings on offense before Week 1.
Green Bay coach Matt LaFleur recently praised Love.
«I’ve seen some pretty good passes throughout my career in this league, namely a guy like Peyton Manning. He was pretty good and his ball wasn’t always the tightest, but he did a great job,» he said. reporters via Pro Football Talk. «It’s just about being accurate. Shooting on time. Making the right decisions. Putting the ball in the right place. And so, I’ve encouraged myself, especially I would say over the course of this last week, one of the things that I’ve We’ve talked about in that room is how important the process of playing quarterback really is.
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«I’m less concerned with the end result at the moment. But I do think if the process is right, he’ll be more consistent. So within that, it’s just footwork, clean mechanics, keeping a base in the pocket. , being able to shoot at any time. And I think just the pace and timing, that’s something we’ve really emphasized. I think he’s done a particularly good job this week of making really significant strides.»