Back in Week 6, the Packers left Chicago with a 24-14 victory over the Bears. To make the loss worse, Aaron Rodgers yelled “I own you” into the crowd at Soldier Field following his late-game touchdown run.
Could the Bears get déjà vu with another Rodgers' roasts this weekend at Lambeau Field? I wouldn't count against it. Ahead of the NFC North rivals' second meeting of the season, Rodgers addressed the touchdown celebration line. According to The Athletic reporter Matt Schneidman, Rodgers doesn't regret what he said that mid-October day. He tweeted Rodgers' thoughts on what he yelled to the crowd.
Aaron Rodgers on playing the Bears again after the "I own you" incident:
"I don't know that you can question a whole lot of what I said … I have no regrets for saying what I said."
— Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) December 8, 2021
Honestly, I think there is a great chance that Rodgers, or any other Packers player, will say the same line in Week 14. The 9-3 Packers are 1st in the NFC North, while the Bears sit at 3rd in the division with a losing record of 4-8. Maintaining a relatively healthy team, the Packers have a good chance at securing another win against Chicago.
According to Yahoo Sports, Rodgers had every right to claim ownership of the Chicago Bears. In 26 regular season games, Rodgers has a dominating winning record of 21-5. Yahoo Sports added that Rodgers also has a playoff win against the Bears under his belt. In 2011, Rodgers led his team to an NFC Championship win against the Bears at Soldier Field.
The Bears, Week 14 matchup underdogs, could use their pent up anger from Week 6 as momentum to take the upset win at Lambeau Field. If not, they should expect the disrespect to continue.