This is one of the greatest rivalries in professional sports, dating back to 1921. Much like Yankees-Red Sox in baseball (a rivalry dating back to 1901) and Cats-Griz in college football (Montana State vs. Montana is a rivalry dating back to 1897 and as a Montana State graduate, GO CATS!), this rivalry has along history. This is a marquee game on the NFL schedule regardless of the performance of the teams involved. That being said, the Packers are the superior team this season (and in recent seasons) and should take this one, as long as they can stop the two headed monster at running back in Chicago. This is the NFL's oldest rivalry, but I think the Packers win this game at Lambeau, regardless of whether Aaron Rodgers can get fans to lock arms for the National Anthem. Final score: Green Bay Packers 35, Chicago Bears 28.--Mike B.
Packers win, 27-17. -Tyler B.