The Chicago Bears have lost four of their last five games and will have to try to turn things around against a Green Bay Packers team they have struggled with in recent history. The Bears have lost five straight games to the Packers and eight of ten games since Aaron Rodgers took over as Packers quarterback.
When they met earlier this season Green Bay manhandled the Bears, winning, 23-10. Chicago was limited to 168 total yards of offense and Jay Cutler was intercepted four times.
Cutler struggled last week as well, completing only 50 percent of his passes and throwing two interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown by Vikings safety Harrison Smith. The Bears lost to Minnesota despite having 190 more yards of total offense than the Vikings.
Aaron Rodgers has cooled off recently, with only two touchdown passes in his last three games, but the Packers have still managed to win seven of their last eight.
The Bears hope to get back in the win column and remain in control of their playoff destiny. Kickoff is at noon CT.