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This week in former Bears (12/10 – 12/17)

Prior to the injury, Rodgers looked like the elite gunslinger who brought home a championship, totaling 1367 yards and 13 touchdowns while completing 67 percent of his passes in his first five games. In those five games, Green Bay had a record of 4-1.
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Fantasy Football Recap Week 6

Normally this section is the highlight of writing this fantasy recap; unfortunately, this tweet is all I am able to relay about Rodgers this week. The beautiful stat lines that usually occupy this space will be missing for likely the remainder of the season. In other news, the Milwaukee Bucks play the Boston Celtics this Wednesday …
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What : Cal Footballl vs. Washington
Where: The Huskie Stadium in Seattle
When: September 24, 2011

Week 4 Cal NFL Recap

Just as last week, Cal quarterbacks kept the school’s reputation afloat as many of Cal’s other offensive weapons were unable to produce. Aaron Rodgers 18/26, 179 yards, 4 TD, 0 INT Despite only having four days between games, Aaron Rodgers showed once again why he is one of the best
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NFL quarterbacks rebound for Bears in week 3

After a rough week two, Cal quarterbacks returned to top-dog status. The Cal running back squad struggled this week, failing to account for any meaningful statistics in their respective losses, but one Cal receiver stayed productive despite a tough loss. Jared Goff 22/28, 292 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT After
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What : Cal Footballl vs. Washington
Where: The Huskie Stadium in Seattle
When: September 24, 2011

Cal alumni fantasy football recap week 3

After an excellent week one for former Bears in the NFL, week two saw a comedown in the performances for Cal’s most prominent alumni. Aaron Rodgers and Jared Goff posted big numbers in big wins in their 2017 debuts, but both suffered disappointing losses in their second week. There were
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Various pegs, and so many holes

Every new coach comes in preaching “culture.” The incoming regime on any team must first distance themselves from the party that got fired to open the hole that they filled. There’s usually a slam article or two on the recently deposed, some shocking stories that linger — but may or
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