Packers Come Back Against Bears – War of 1812
For this post, I’m going to focus on the winning play from the 4th quarter where Aaron Rodgers found Randall Cobb for a 75-yard touchdown. Of course, just like every NFL game, the entire game was rigged – how else could they coordinate the ending if anything before it was random?
But of course, most people cannot see through the illusion of professional American football because what’s really happening is so completely ridiculous, it’s almost unbelievable. In truth, this Packers-Bears game was a theatrical athletic tribute to the War of 1812 and the Battle of New Orleans, which was the war’s last major fight.
Remember – the very first game of the season finished with a score of 18-12
See Dan Behrendt’s video on this Packer/Bear game for more about how the War of 1812 has been a theme ever since the Jacksonville shooting. The man who led the American forces in the Battle of New Orleans was future president Andrew Jackson.
The Battle of New Orleans took place on January 8th of 1815, the date written 1/8
This was the first weekend of the ’18 season
The War of 1812 began on June 18th. It ended on February 18th a couple years later
2/18 is appropriate in light of the gematria of 1812
The winning play of this game fits the theme – Randall Cobb wears #18, and the pass came from #12.
Mitchell Trubisky, the Bears‘ QB, had 171 passing yards. 171 is the 18th triangular number. Aaron Rodgers finished with 286
Cobb was 18 days after his birthday:
Rodgers, who yells “Green 18!” before every snap, threw the ball from the 18 yard line:
He threw the ball 18 yards, where Randall Cobb caught it at the 36:
Notice how he catches the ball and turns upfield 143 seconds on the clock.
143 seconds is 2:23
It was 2 months, 23 days before the birthday of Aaron Rodgers, who collected his third and final touchdown pass on this play:
Cobb darts through the defense, untouched, as Bears players clumsily stumble to the ground around him, allowing the play to continue.
Randall Cobb won the game for the Packers, and it was General Andrew Jackson who finished off the War of 1812 in the Battle of New Orleans. Cobb was born 160 days after Andrew Jackson would have turned 223 years old:
They also share gematria of 213 – perfect for a touchdown that went 75 yards
Check out how much time is left on the clock after the play – 2:13
Of course, it’s #81, the inverse of 18, who enters the end zone with Cobb. The touchdown made the score 23-23, putting 46 total points on the board.
The 46th prime number is 199
“Eighteen twelve” = 1909 (Jewish)
Randall Cobb was born in 1990
Randall Cobb, as well as his full name, sums to 84, matching the Reverse gematria of the team he plays for, the Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers was 84 days before his birthday:
He was also 9 months, 7 days after his most recent birthday. This is ideal for a fourth quarter comeback in tribute to the War of eighteen twelve
Aaron Rodgers finished 20/30 passing. The War of 1812 ended exactly 203 years, 203 days before this game:
The Packers came back from seventeen points down
There are 360 degrees in a circle. The 360th Prime number is 2423, like the final score of the game, 24-23
Alt+227 = π (Pi)
22÷7 = 3.14
I also want to point out how Mitchell Trubisky, the Bears’ QB, has matching gematria with Battle of New Orleans