Mark Potash at the Chicago Sun-Times explains why the Packers winning the Super Bowl is really bad news for the Bears:
“Why are the Packers able to plug in rookie Bryan Bulaga — the 24th pick of the 2010 draft — at offensive tackle and win the Super Bowl, while the Bears’ Chris Williams — the 14th pick of the 2008 draft — is running out of o-line positions to find a home?
“Why was Packers linebacker Erik Walden — picked up off the street on Oct. 27 — an unstoppable force in Week 17?
“Why was Cullen Jenkins — who missed the last month of the regular-season with a calf injury — a bigger factor in the NFC Championship Game than Peppers?
“How did Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn nearly beat the New England Patriots on the road a week after the Patriots dominated the Bears when Todd Collins threw four interceptions and had a 6.2 rating against the Carolina Panthers?
“The Packers have two basic advantages over the Bears right now: they do more with more and they do more with less.”
In other words, they’re a better organization top to bottom than the Bears. It makes me sick to write it but its basically true.
“they do more with less”? Why not just say they’re better coached?
“they do more with more”? Why not just say they have better young talent because they’ve got a better general manager who knows how to draft? One who didn’t have to spend a fortune in free agency or give away two years worth of top draft picks to make up for his own failures.
Potash only needed two words to write this article: “They’re better.” Its totally disgusting but its the simple truth.