By Nate LoCascio With Aaron Rodgers as the starting quarterback, Green Bay is 16-4 during the regular and postseason against the Bears, with one loss coming in 2013 after Rodgers left the game with an injury after the first series. In the 20 games against Chicago, Rodgers has an overall passer rating of 104.7 and has posted a 100-plus passer rating in five of the last seven matchups, including a rating of 128.0 at Lambeau last season.
Of the players that have attempted 175 or more passes against the Bears during the regular and postseason, Rodgers’ 104.7 passer rating is No. 1 in league history (No. 2 – Drew Brees, 95.4). Since 2008, Rodgers has five games with a passer rating of 125-plus against the Bears, ranking No. 1 among NFL quarterbacks. No other NFL quarterback has more than one against Chicago over that time span. It is also the most by any QB against the Bears in NFL history (min. 15 att.).
In 16 regular-season games against the Bears, LB Clay Matthews has registered 9.5 sacks, the second most he has recorded against any team (10.0 in 15 games vs. Minnesota). Matthews’ three interceptions versus Chicago are two more than he has against another team during the regular season.