Pernell McPhee — don’t laugh, that’s really his name — was one of the Chicago Bears’ big offseason free agency signings and he seems to be fitting into this Green Bay Packers-Chicago Bears rivalry pretty nicely.
Nanny McPhee was asked about the Packers on Tuesday and pulled out a quote that may as well have been from 1986.
— Adam Jahns (@adamjahns) November 24, 2015
And then he continued, “They don’t like us. We don’t like them. And have I mentioned that we don’t like them?”
His quote wasn’t quite THAT redundant.
It was refreshing, though.
The Packers-Bears rivalry isn’t built on a healthy mutual hatred like it used to be and that makes us sad. So anything that pushes the envelope a little bit more toward the days of cheap shots and bounties, well, we’re all for it!
So you go and talk your shit Nanny McPhee.
This clip of Ken Stills leveling Matt Suhey still brings a hearty, maniacal laugh out of me each and every time I watch it.
I like this one too!
No. Terrible hit by Martin. Really changed the trajectory of that great team (I hate the Bears). Although at the time I thought Mcmahon was a blow hard asshole, I did learn to like him an respect him later in his career. He was NEVER the same after that hit by Martin. If you watch his Super Bowl highlights they guy could really wing it. He had a Montana like ability to read defenses and was even a bit mobile.
That was a dark day for Packer Nation (Martin hit). Glad we are a pretty classy and upstanding organization now.
The Stills hit on the other hand was awesome and classic!!!
The Suhey hit was because that Mark Lee was ejected for pushing Walter Payton out of bounds. The replay clearly showed Mark Lee’s face mask was being grabbed and pulled by Payton as they went out of bounds together, but because Payton was a superstar, Lee got ejected. That infuriated the Packer team. And me.
Did you see the pad level? Textbook
lots of good material here for the packers locker room board, TP! you do have their address, right?