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Mother of all rivalries to meet for NFC Championship game

         Bears....Packers; one shall rise....one shall fall....all shall be settled at Soldier Field where the Bears  conqured the Pack in week 3 on MNF to gain a step ahead in the race for the division championship. Now the stakes are far higher as the victor of the contest shall go to the Super Bowl. This is for all the Marbles (or as one clever Bears fan wrote on their poster "this is for all the cheese").

          Both teams coming off dominating performances will face each other for the ultimate bragging rights, the trip to Dallas for the Lambardi trophy. It has been a long year for us Bears fans, facing discrimination from ESPN and essentiually a team that was generally viewed as a collaberation of over-paid, over-hyped players that will go no where but home during this time of year. Now only one team stands in our way of our triumphant return to the Super Bowl, our arch nemisis from Winsconsin the Green Bay Packers. I believe that it will be a classic game which will come down to the wire as the Bears score the winning points in the wanning minutes of regulation and return to the promised land, a championship trophy in hand. BEAR DOWN CHICAGO BEARS!!!!

<em>This FanPost was written by a Windy City Gridiron member, and does not necessarily reflect the ideas or opinions of its staff or community.</em>

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