Dan Patrick shares his reaction to the rise of the Chicago Bears and the decline of the Green Bay Packers. The Bears suffered a loss in their first clash against the Packers this season but not without taking out Aaron Rodgers' leg. Whether or not that contributed to the Packers looking a lot less than themselves is debatable, but the fact is, Rodgers had recovered well enough throughout the season to be more than adequate to compete.
Several weeks later and Packers have a new coach, lose to a division rival in the Minnesota Vikings, an awful Arizona Cardinals team and now a seemingly unstoppable Bears team that Rodgers, only a few months ago, applied a death by a thousand cuts to steal a victory from.
Now, as the season wraps, Dan Patrick wonders if there's any reason to keep Aaron Rodgers on the field for the remainder and can this Bears team make big plays when they really matter as they get set to enter the playoffs.
Watch Dan's take below.