This Monday night.
What better time to unveil our Top Ten Most Despised Green Bay Packers Players list.
Thought you'd like it.
Nagurski was left with a broken nose and completely unconscious.
Nobody makes the Bears bleed their own blood. (Movie? Anyone?)
But try to put yourself in the shoes of the casual fan back in the 1960's. Can you imagine the feelings you'd have towards a man that coached the Packers to victories in both Super Bowl I and II?
6. Sterling Sharpe
Poor big toe.
That record was eclipsed the very same day by a man known simply as the 'Kansas Comet', who scored six. (Gayle Sayers for those of you who didn't know)
But throughout his 16 years with the Pack, Favre was a constant tormentor of the Bears and flat out owned us.
Um, Ray? I'll let you on a little secret.
He engineered a Packers defense that was comprised of nothing more than cheap headhunters that didn't give a damn about wins and losses.
He didn't even deserve to step on the same field with a man like Walter Payton. Ditka hated him back from their playing days and not once did Chicago flinch in their outright hatred for this man.
In one of the most classless and disturbing moments in league history, Martin body slammed Jim McMahon to the ground after the whistle had blown in 1986 and separated the Punky QB's shoulder, ending his season.