The Packers have won five straight and seven of the last eight meetings against the Chicago Bears (including playoffs). Green Bay will be aiming for its third season sweep of the Bears in the last four years Sunday when they travel to the "Windy City."
Green Bay’s current five-game winning streak against Chicago is its longest since a seven-game streak from 2000-03. Six of the last nine meetings between the Packers and Bears have been decided by seven points or less.
This will mark the seventh time in the last nine seasons that the Packers have played at Soldier Field in the regular season in December or January. This is the last in a stretch of three straight NFC North games for Green Bay, the first time the Packers have had three consecutive divisional contests on the schedule since 2006 (Weeks 15-17).
With their 27-20 win over the Lions on Sunday night at Lambeau Field, the Packers extended their franchise-record divisional winning streak to 11 games (previous mark was eight games). It is the longest current divisional winning streak in the NFL, two ahead of New England’s nine-game winning streak against AFC East foes.