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Editorial: Picking the right fight with Green Bay green-and-gold

The roster of men in green and gold who have given the Chicago Bears fits is long and illustrious. Ray Nitschke wouldn't just tackle halfbacks, he'd crunch them. Bart Starr cut open Bear secondaries with a surgeon's precision. Aaron Rodgers? Every Bears fan knows what's on his resume - fourth quarter comebacks on one

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