Packers vs. Bears predictions: All 13 ESPN analysts like Green Bay

Jonathan Daniel

Thirteen ESPN.com experts were polled, and all 13 picked the Green Bay Packers to beat the Chicago Bears when the two teams play this weekend. Chicago has lost four of five entering Sunday's game, while Green Bay has won seven of eight.

If the Chicago Bears are looking for motivation entering Sunday afternoon's match-up with the Green Bay Packers, they can get it just by browsing ESPN.com. On the website, 13 out of 13 experts picked Green Bay to beat the Bears.

The news isn't totally surprising, given that the Packers enter Sunday's game as one of the league's hottest teams. Green Bay has won seven of their last eight games, including a crucial 27-20 victory over Detroit last weekend which gave them a one-game lead over Chicago in the NFC North standings. The Packers also beat the Bears in their previous meeting this season, in Week 2 at Lambeau Field.

And while Green Bay enters Sunday playing it's best football of the season, Chicago is playing some of its worst.

After a 7-1 start, the Bears have now lost four of their last five games, including two weeks ago against Seattle and last weekend in Minnesota. The victory for the Vikings came just two weeks after they lost in Chicago to the Bears.

The Bears and Packers will kick-off at 1 p.m. ET Sunday afternoon on Fox.

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