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Chicago vs. Green Bay: GK Vibratory Predictions

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Lambeau Field. November 9, 2014.

 

For the 190th time in NFL history, arch-rivals Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers will meet head to head in Week 10 of the 2014 regular season.

 

Never have we seen 2 teams compete more times, or in stranger ways than these 2 adversaries. (Remember The Manure Prank of 1985?)

 

This season, Aaron Rodgers and his Packers (5-3) lead the Bears (3-5) by 2 games in the NFC North; one of which was a decisive victory over Jay Cutler and his Bears on September 28th.

 

Overall however, the Bears currently have the upperhand, albeit a slight one. Chicago boasts 93 victories in this NFC rivalry, while the Packers lag three games behind with 90 wins. (What’s that you say? 93 + 90 only adds up to 183? Let’s not forget the 6 tie games. 93 + 90 + 6 = 189, with the 190th result determined right here in this blog. BOOM!)

 

Game Day Predictions

While the weather experts predict a snowy, chilly evening with temps hovering around 29 degrees, what we all want to know is what football experts predict.

 

To the Internet!

 

Packers win.  No wait … Bears win! Or, erm … Packers win?

 

Hmmm. Well really, what exactly do these “experts” know with their “facts” and their “figures” anyhow?

 

Basically nothing. Or at least nothing in comparison to the brute force and intelligence of General Kinematics’ vibratory technology.

 

General Kinematics Vibratory Predictor

 

Earlier this week, General Kinematics decided to make an incredibly super-scientific Week 10 prediction of their own. With a cheesehead representing the Green Bay Packers, and a bear claw representing the Chicago Bears, GK sent each team’s representative along a standard in-house conveyor in a fight to the finish.

 

Now before we reveal the results, we must make a disclaimer. Just because Chicago-based General Kinematics bleeds blue and orange, cheaters they do not make.

 

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As you can see, both the cheesehead and the bear claw are equal in weight, at .90 lbs each.

The Results

So without further adieu, let’s find out who the General Kinematics Vibratory Predictor says will win on Sunday!

 

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