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Seriously, I am going to find a place on this block to put this quote:

"Chicago's defense is very talented," Favre said. "You have to run at them. We know where they're going to be. It's just up to us to block them. Maybe we aren't very good."

Outstanding!

Tommie Harris is riled up about a hit ,that took him off the field, during Charles Tillman's interception.

Harris was cut down from behind after the interception, which happened more than 20 yards downfield, and called Tauscher's hit unnecessary.

"You know it was cheap," Harris said. "Everybody saw it was cheap. You saw that junk. That's the only way they can block me."

'Tommie Harris is close to a Warren Sapp,'' Favre said.

Harris re-entered the game and is not believed to be injured seriously but will be re-evaluated today.

"I'm just hurt," he said. "I'm not telling you what it is."

The Packers have introduced more cut blocking into their scheme this season under new coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski, who was the offensive line coach last season in Atlanta and learned from the master of the cut block, Alex Gibbs. But this cut didn't happen on an offensive play; the ball was gone, and Harris and Tauscher were distant onlookers.