As many of us already know, the Pack traded Gado yesterday for some Texan. In case you didn't hear, read all about it here. I sure hope that Ted knows what he's doing, seems like a very questionable trade. But I guess we'll find out soon enough.
The year was 1989, Don Majkowski was the quarterback and we were playing the Bears at home. We needed a touchdown to win, and there was little time left on the clock. The Pack marched down near the Bears endzone. Majkowski went back to pass, rolled right and just as he was running out of time and real estate, he found Sterling Sharpe in the back of the endzone. The only problem was that official Jim Quirk threw a flag. The play would come back because the scrambling Majkowski had crossed the line of scrimmage. But wait a minute, this was the Packers' thrilling season and it was their time to buck all odds. After the play was reviewed, official Bill Parkinson overturned the ruling on the field. Majkowski never crossed the line, at least according to the officials (Bears fans still feel differently) and the Packers picked up a 14-13 win over the Bears -- the first in their previous nine attempts.
Here is a video showing that play.
And here is a website where the Bears always suck.