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CHAMPAIGN, IL — One of the most storied rivalries of the NFL took center stage on Monday Night Football, but unfortunately the Bears began their bye week a week early.

"It's a really disappointing Monday night loss," said head coach Dick Jauron. "We let too many plays get away from us. You just can't do that against a team as good as the Packers and expect to win. Tonight, the big plays really hurt us and so did our inability to capitalize when we had the opportunity." The 13-point deficit didn't represent the dominance the Packers displayed over the Bears...

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