GREEN BAY, Wisc. -- If you thought the Chicago Bears were going to march into Lambeau Field and stake their big, stupid 4th-Phase flag into the 50-yard-line, well, good luck to you on future predictions.
This is still Lambeau Field and these are the still Bears, and the addition of Brandon Marshall wasn't going to change history, or for that matter, reality.
The reinvented, rejuvenated, good-luck-wishing, point-scoring businessmen that are the 2012 Chicago Bears met a familiar reality in a familiar place Thursday night in a 23-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers.
"Now 16-0 is out the picture for us," Marshall said, speaking for a lot of Bears fans.
I think he was kidding, but I can't be sure.
Was it just three years ago I watched Cutler throw four interceptions at Lambeau? It feels like yesterday.