Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers: NFL mic picks up someone saying ‘I’ve never had my butt fingered’ during match

6 Sep

The Green Bay Packers kicked off the 100th NFL season in style with a 10-3 win over the Chicago Bears on Thursday.

But there was a rather unusual talking point which came out of the opening-day match.

Adrian Amos celebrates a touchdown for the Green Bay Packers
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During US broadcaster’s NBC coverage of the game, an NFL mic picked up a person saying “I’ve never had my butt fingered”.

The odd declaration was clearly heard by NFL commentator Al Michaels, who is attempting not to laugh in the video, which has been shared on social media.

Various US outlets have claimed the words were said by a Packers or Bears player from the bench.

The victory was Matt LaFleur’s first competitive win as Packers head coach.

Bears coach Matt Nagy slammed his team’s performance, exclaiming “three is ridiculous, any Chicago Bears fan should be upset”.

NFL Super Computer predicts every division ahead of the new season

5 Sep

The new NFL season is set to start with the Philadelphia Eagles hoping to retain the Super Bowl following their stunning triumph in February.

But they’re not going to have it their own way with the New England Patriots, still led by coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, gunning for revenge having lost the showpiece in Minneapolis.

Quarterback NIck Foles lifts the Vince Lombardi trophy.

There will be others out to win the Vince Lombardi trophy with the Los Angeles Rams fancied among bookmakers, along with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Minnesota Vikings.

Meanwhile, the Jacksonville Jaguars, who you can hear live on talkSPORT 2 every week as part of our NFL coverage, are also in with a chance thanks to their stunning defense.

But how will the eight divisions of the NFL look at the end of the regular season?

We got talkSPORT’s world famous Super Computer on the case and it’s given us the standings below.

NFL Matchday Live is on talkSPORT 2 every Sunday with Red Zone updates and exclusive commentary of all Jacksonville Jaguars games. Then talkSPORT brings you Sunday Night Football from 1am plus the play-offs and the Super Bowl

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