Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears: 1985 and a bunch of horse manure

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There is no love lost

Dec 25, 2011; Green Bay, WI, USA; A Green Bay Packers fan dressed as Santa holds up a sign prior to the game against the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Green Bay wasn’t world beaters by any stretch of the imagination entering the match-up with a record of 3-5. On the flip-side the Bears were still undefeated with an 8-0 record.

Head coach Forrest Gregg and the rest of the Packers’ team had some fire in their eyes. The team did not take too well to being exploited by a 300-plus-pound defensive tackle at the fullback position. Jim Zorn and company would hold their own.

A defensive battle took place during the first quarter and the Packers had to be feeling good entering the second quarter with a 3-0 lead.

Emotions were out of control on the side of the Packers. They did not take kindly to being embarrassed on Monday Night Football two weeks prior.

Cornerback Mark Lee would be ejected after he took himself and Walter Payton to the sidelines and continued until the pair flipped over a bench.

In just a few moments following Lee’s ejection, safety Ken Stills would pick up a personal foul for leveling Payton’s backfield mate, Matt Suhey, long after the whistle had blown.