Bears week is back baby! The rivalry began in 1921 and is the league’s most played, with 201 regular-season and post-season games. This longtime contest has absolutely been one-sided since Brett Farve joined the organization in 1992. Since 2010 the Packers are 17-4 against the Bears and have swept the season series 6 times in the past decade, and are already 2-0 this decade.  

Spread: Packers are favored to win by 6 points

Moneyline: Packers are favorites to win (-240)

Total Points Scored: 44

This game has been played 203 times including playoffs, with the Packers leading the standings with 101 wins compared to 95 wins for Chicago. The Packers surpassed the Bears in the overall series in 2017 and now lead, 101–95–6. The Bears had previously led the series by as many as 24 games both in 1960 and in 1992.

Matt LaFleur is 30-9 since taking over the mantle of head coach for the Packers, with an 11-1 division record including his very first victory back in the opening week in the 2019 season.

Aaron Rodgers is 20-4 against the Bears, Randall Cobb is 13-2, and there ain’t no way they don’t escape this weekend without another win.

I take the Packers to win and cover but will be taking the under in terms of points scored. If this becomes a defensive matchup, I trust the offense to make at least 1 more play than Chicago to bring it home.

Per Vegas Insider, Packers are favored to cover the 6 point spread with 77% of the public money.

93% of public money is going to be placed on the Packers Moneyline and 78% of the money is being laid on the over as well.

Last Week: 0-0, Overall 4-5 (44%) this season

Last Season Total- 30-20 (66%)


Joe Kelley is a lifelong Packer fan born in Wisconsin and currently living surrounded by Patriots fans in New England- please send messages of support to @Jkelleylol on Twitter or @j.k.lolz on Instagram.