Packers fans destroy Bears player on Twitter after embarrassing take

Green Bay Packers running back A.J. Dillon
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The Chicago Bears love to do two things: Talk trash and lose games to the Green Bay Packers.

Green Bay has absolutely dominated the rivalry in recent years. The Packers are 13-1 in their past 14 matchups with the Bears. Yet, every offseason, Bears fans take shots at the Packers.

It's even more hilarious when it comes from a Bears player.

Defensive lineman Justin Jones didn't hold back in a recent press conference. He said he wished Aaron Rodgers had stayed in Green Bay for another season so that the Bears could beat him.

Considering Rodgers and the Packers have won their past eight games against the Bears, that is some take.

Packers fans could only laugh at Jones' comments.

Packers fans destroy Bears player on Twitter after embarrassing take

Along with wishing Rodgers stayed in Green Bay, Jones took a shot at Packers fans.

"Their fans are really sh-tty," said Jones. "Half of them don't even know football. It's so weird to me. I'm ready to go back out there and play. I want to go out there and beat the hell out of them on their field."

But he may not have received the response he was expecting.

Instead of being met with angry reactions from Packers fans, all they could do was laugh.

The Bears do it every year. It feels like just yesterday we heard about how Mitch Trubisky was a better quarterback than Aaron Rodgers, or why Chicago signing Ha Ha Clinton-Dix would give them an upgrade over Adrian Amos. We could go on all day.

To the Bears' defense, who could blame them? It can't be fun losing to the Packers year after year after year. And it's sure easy to talk trash about Aaron Rodgers when he's gone.

The Packers-Bears rivalry hasn't been competitive in recent years. It's actually fun to hear a player have fun and take a shot at a rival. It would be great if there were more trash talk between players of rival teams.

And it will make it even funnier when we are reminded of Jones' comments when Jordan Love throws for 300+ yards in a Packers victory at Soldier Field.

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