Jaquan Brisker Fuels Bears-Packers Rivalry After Week 18 Loss

Bears fans are not the only ones fuming after another Packer loss. Jaquan Brisker makes it known where he stands on the matter.
Jan 7, 2024; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love (10) looks on as
Jan 7, 2024; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love (10) looks on as / Dan Powers-USA TODAY Sports

For the tenth time in a row, the Chicago Bears have lost to the Green Bay Packers. Nothing new here, because in the last 60 times these teams have met (dating back to the Packers' Brett Favre era), the Bears have only won 14 times. That's how lopsided this rivalry has gotten - it's bad.

And it's needless to say fans of the Bears are frustrated and fed up from repeatedly getting tossed around by their biggest rivals.

But it's nice to know the fans are not the only ones feeling some type of way about those cheese heads up north.

Bears News: Jaquon Brisker Doubles Down on Packers Trash Talk

Bears safety Jaquan Brisker spoke to the media on Monday after the season ended in frustrating fashion again. He admits that more could have been done to secure a win up at Lambeau Field on Sunday, but he also got into how he has "no respect" for the Packers.

This reportedly goes back to some words and actions that took place all the way back in Week 1 of this season at Soldier Field when the Packers beat the Bears. We don't know what was said or who did what, but Brisker is obviously upset enough to bring it to light. He doubled down on his quote, too, because he retweeted this tweet on his own profile.

This is a part of the game that is missing more times than not in this era of football.

We are seeing guys move on from team to team more than ever before. It's a real factor that the guys playing on the field and suiting up may not know the history of a rivalry with a certain team, or even the history of the team they play for. But that's not the case with Brisker. He is now 0-4 against the Packers and it clearly means something to him, just like it does to the fans.

Go at 'em, Jaquan. We got your back.

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