Your hearts will surely be broken — Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall doesn’t like the Green Bay Packers.
Say it isn’t so!
Whatever shall we do!
Marshall, who had a whopping two catches for 24 yards in his first game as a Bear against the Packers, says Sunday’s game is the biggest of his career.
That kind of puts into perspective what a sad career Marshall has had thus far.
McDouche goes on to say he feels personally disrespected by Packers defensive backs Tramon Williams and Charles Woodson. If you recall, before the first game this season, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler essentially dared the Packers to try to press the Bears receivers. Woodson and Williams laughed publicly about Cutler’s comments after the Packers dominated the Bears and won 23-10 (Cutler threw for 126 yards, one TD and four picks).
“I don’t like the Green Bay Packers. I’m not going to use the word ‘hate,’ but I really dislike the Packers and their players,” Marshall said. “But you know what? The talk has to back it up. We’ll go out there and do everything we have to do to get a win.”
We’re gonna guess if either of these clowns were actually able to do anything against the Packers, Marshall wouldn’t be pulling the Rodney Dangerfield card.
But hey, it’s normal to dislike someone who kicks your ass all the time.