Top 11 moments in Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears history

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8. Lopsided Bears win – Dec. 7, 1980 – Bears 61, Packers 7

After what would be the second worst loss in Packers history, Coach Bart Starr was so infuriated with the Bears that he ran to confront Coach Neil Armstrong.

He was upset that the Bears were still blitzing late in the fourth quarter with the game already decided.

What coach Starr didn’t know was a man he fired last season who now worked for the Bears, Bill Tobin, was hell bent on revenge and spent the entire off-season trying to decode the Packers signaling system.

He was successful. “We wanted 100 points” he said at the time.

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