10:27 PM EDT, Tue September 23, 2014

Packers at Bears: Five things to watch

1. Changing of the guard: When Brett Favre arrived in Green Bay in 1992, Chicago held a 80-57-6 record in the series. Favre went 22-10 (.688) against the Packers' oldest rival, and at one point, won 10 straight games against Chicago. Aaron Rodgers has been even better, going a remarkable 10-3 (.769) against Chicago. Rodgers defeated the Bears in the 2010 NFC Championship Game, and led Green Bay to Week 17 wins over Chicago in both 2010 and 2013 that lifted the Packers into the postseason. Thanks to the brilliance of Favre and Rodgers, the Bears' lead in the series today is a narrow 93-89-6,...
Packers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 8 hours ago

Video: '5 Questions' and 'X's and O's' with LeRoy Butler

In their weekly video series, LeRoy Butler and JS reporter Tom Silverstein discuss and diagram Aaron Rodgers, Eddie Lacy and the Packers' offense and look ahead to the Bears-Packers game.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 1 hour ago

Packer Plus predictions: Week 4

Rick Rob Tyler Bob Kisha Martin Glantz/ Klauer Reischel Dunne Friday Golden Hendricks Culver...
Chicago Bears Blog | ESPN Chicago 5 hours ago

Stock Watch: Mundy a stabilizing force

RISING 1. Ryan Mundy, S: A somewhat under-the-radar free-agent signee, Mundy is a powerful tackler, who quietly brought stability to strong safety. Mundy flashed in the opening moments of Monday night's 27-19 win in New York, intercepting Jets quarterback Geno Smith...

Aaron Rodgers' messages: 'We're close' and 'We're going to be OK'

On his radio show Tuesday afternoon, quarterback Aaron Rodgers had a message for Packers fans who are concerned about their teams 1-2 start.
KFFL 8 hours ago

Packers | Aaron Rodgers disappointed with offense

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron ...

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    Jordy Nelson

    At struggling position, Jordy Nelson sees enough talent to rebound

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    Bryan Bulaga

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    Randall Cobb

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