Chicago Bears: Game of Thrones NFC North player comparisons, Part II

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Wide Receiver Corps – WR, Packers (White Walkers)

The White Walkers were creatures that those of Westeros believed to be a myth or at least no longer existed. White Walkers were ancient, human beings that were changed into ice creatures to protect the Children of the Forest in a war against the First Men. The first White Walker created was the Night King, the others can only be created at infancy.

The White Walkers are very powerful and much stronger than men. They have a sort of super-human strength. They can also turn anything they touch to ice and can raise the dead into a zombie-like creature called a Wight. The White Walkers are like the generals of the Night King and his army of the undead. The rumor is that if the Night King is killed, then the White Walkers and Wights will die instantly too.

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The Packers wide receiver corps comes to mind when I think of the White Walkers. This is probably again giving away who is going to be the Night King, but outside of Davante Adams, none of the other receivers would be anything without Aaron Rodgers at quarterback.

Geronimo Allison, Allen Lazard, J’Mon Moore, Equanimeous St. Brown and Marquez Valdes-Scantling would look like practice squad guys if Deshone Kizer was at the helm. Take down Aaron Rodgers and the rest of the offense will fall. The receivers represent the General White Walkers though while the rest of the offense would be the Wights.