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Great Games in Bears History

When the Bears traveled to Green Bay on Nov. 7, 1999, they were heading into perhaps the most gut-wrenchingly emotional game they ever played. The team had spent the previous afternoon at Soldier Field, attending a memorial service for their fallen warrior, the great Walter Payton.

Now here they were in Lambeau on a beautiful autumn day, lining up against the Green and Gold and Brett Favre. The mixed emotions of terrible sadness combined with a celebration of Payton's life ruled the day. But despite the tough psychological conditions, the Bears still had a game to play. Unfortunately, things looked bleak for the valiant Bears when the Packers' Ryan Longwell lined up for a...

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