Bears defender is in denial about Jordan Love after loss to Packers

When will the Bears learn?
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The Chicago Bears truly are the gift that keeps on giving. They run their mouths all offseason about finally taking down the Green Bay Packers.

Week 1 arrives, the Packers destroy the Bears in their own stadium, yet their players still keep talking trash.

It's the same old story every year. Aaron Rodgers is gone, but nothing has changed. Rodgers simply transferred ownership of the Bears to Jordan Love, and on we go.

Bears second-year safety Jaquan Brisker is the latest to run his mouth, even after having absolutely no answer for Love's Packers.

Bears defender takes a shot at Jordan Love after loss to Packers

You would think Brisker would have learned after making embarrassing comments about the Packers only last week.

"People hate Green Bay. I hate Green Bay," Brisker said before Week 1. "They didn't get to see me last year. They're going to get to see me this year, though."

Brisker and the Bears' defense allowed 31 points to the Packers' offense on Sunday. Maybe the second-year safety learned not to say anything post-game.

Apparently not. Brisker couldn't help but take a shot at Jordan Love.

"He's just Jordan Love. Number 10. Packers quarterback. He's nothing special," said Brisker.

If Love is "nothing special," what does that say about Chicago's defense? Love torched the Bears all afternoon, throwing for 245 yards and three touchdowns with a passer rating of 123.2. Brisker didn't do a whole lot to stop the Packers' offense.

Brisker isn't alone. Bears defensive tackle Justin Jones went on a weird rant about Packers fans in June, then last week said the Bears were "going to be the ones to give the beatdown" in Week 1.

Jones didn't even make a tackle on Sunday. He had a front-row seat as the Packers dominated the Bears en route to their ninth straight victory against them.

Fast forward to Week 18, and we'll hear all the same things from the Bears. They talk a good game, but unfortunately, they can't back it up on the field.

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