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Packers-Bears Clash: 'Doesn't Get Any Bigger'

QB Aaron Rodgers (Jonthan Daniel/Getty)

After dispatching Seattle with relative ease on Sunday, Chicago began to look ahead to the NFC Championship Game against Green Bay. It's a matchup that doesn't surprise Bears coach Lovie Smith.

Jay Cutler grew up rooting for the Chicago Bears. So, he knows that Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers means just a little bit more. "Yeah, doesn't get any bigger than this," Cutler said after throwing for two touchdowns and rushing for two more scores in a thorough 35-24 beating of Seattle on Sunday. "To be in an NFC Championship, playing at home and to bring Green Bay...

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