Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears tickets 12/15/2019

Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears NFL regular season game will be played at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI and tickets are still available. Get ready for the Sunday, December 15, 2019 game, where Packers will try to win against Bears again at 12:00 PM. Best way to see your favorite team’s game is going to the stadium and be among other supporters. Get discount tickets for Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears game until all are sold-out!

Packers-Bears rivalry began in 1921 and is the league’s most played, with 196 regular-season and post-season games. The rivalry is not the league’s longest continuous rivalry, as the 1982 strike-shortened NFL season did not include a Bears–Packers game. That title goes to the rivalry between the Lions and the Packers, who have played each other at least twice a year since 1932. The Packers and Bears have played in the same conference or division since the NFL went to a conference format in 1933; they played in the NFL’s Western Conference from 1933 to 1970, and have been in the NFC North since 1970 (known as the NFC Central from 1970 to 2001). As such, they usually play each other at least twice every regular season.

The Packers surpassed the Bears in the overall series in 2017 for the first time since 1932 and now lead, 96–94–6. The Bears had previously led the series by as many as 24 games both in 1960 and in 1992.

Packers – Bears Rivalry Results Last 9 Years

Bears 20, Packers 17 (September 27, 2010) – The 2-0 Packers traveled to Chicago for an early season showdown with the 2-0 Bears for the NFC North lead. The Bears wore throwback 1940s jerseys to honor the Monsters of the Midway. They also honored former Bear George Blanda, who died Monday, with a moment of silence before the game. Aaron Rodgers threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Greg Jennings to open the scoring in the first quarter. Mason Crosby made it 10-0 with 4:45 left in the second quarter, but Jay Cutler drove the Bears down and connected with Greg Olsen for a touchdown with 31 seconds left. Late in the 3rd quarter, Julius Peppers blocked a 37-yard field goal attempt by Mason Crosby to keep it 10-7 Packers. Devin Hester then opened the 4th quarter with a 62-yard punt return for a touchdown to make it 14-10 Bears. It was the 12th time Hester had returned a kickoff or punt for a touchdown and the first since Dec. 30, 2007. Aaron Rodgers led the Packers on a drive that resulted in him getting into the end zone on a 3-yard scamper to make it 17-14. However, the Packers were left to regret a sloppy performance, as they recorded a team record 18 penalties. The Bears took advantage, with Robbie Gould kicking a field goal with 4:03 left and then 0:08 left to claim a 20-17 victory.

Packers 10, Bears 3 (January 3, 2011) – The 9-6 Packers hosted the 11-4 Bears in a must-win game in order to enter the playoffs. The Bears had the main goal of keeping their archrival out of the playoffs. With both teams coming off of high scoring victories (the Packers beat the Giants 45-17 and the Bears beat the Jets 38-34), a shoot-out was anticipated. However, the frozen tundra yielded a defensive battle. The first quarter was scoreless. In the second quarter, Robbie Gould kicked a 30-yard field goal to make it 3-0 Bears. It wasn’t until late in the 3rd quarter that Mason Crosby kicked a 23-yard field goal to make it 3-3. With 2:50 left in the 4th quarter though, Aaron Rodgers hit tight end Lee for a 1-yard touchdown pass to make it 10-3. Jay Cutler was 21 of 39 for 168 yards, no touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Aaron Rodgers was 19 of 28 for 229 yards, with one touchdown and no interceptions. Erik Walden had a superb game for the Packers. The linebacker registered 11 tackles and 3 sacks.

Packers 21, Bears 14 (January 23, 2011, NFC Championship Game) – This was the first time the two teams had met in the playoffs since 1941. The Green Bay Packers started off strong with an early 14–0 lead on an Aaron Rodgers rushing TD. Bears’ quarterback, Jay Cutler, was injured late in the second quarter, and was unable to continue. After Bears’ quarterback Todd Collins proved ineffective, going 0 for 4 on two drives, the Bears brought in Caleb Hanie, who led them to a 1 yard touchdown run by Chester Taylor to make it 14–7. On the very next Bears drive, however, Hanie would be intercepted by B. J. Raji, who took it to the endzone to make it 21–7 late in the game. The Bears would answer with another TD. With one more drive to tie the game, Hanie threw his second interception, this time to Sam Shields to end the game and send Green Bay to the Super Bowl. The Packers went on to win Super Bowl XLV over the Pittsburgh Steelers, becoming the NFC’s first sixth-seeded team (and second wild card team) to win the Super Bowl.

Bears 27, Packers 20 (November 4, 2013) – Heading into this Monday Night match-up at Lambeau Field, Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler was benched with a groin injury. Thus, Josh McCown, the backup quarterback of the Bears who had played in Lambeau against the Packers on Christmas Day in 2011, played in Cutler’s stead. In the first drive of the game, Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers was sacked by Shea McClellin, which fractured Rodgers’ left collarbone and sent him out of the game. McCown threw for 272 yards and two touchdowns, and no interceptions. Seneca Wallace, the backup quarterback for the Packers, threw for 114 yards and no touchdowns, with one interception. The Bears won the game 27-20 to end a six-game skid to the Packers and beat them for the first time in Lambeau Field since 2007. Aaron Rodgers would be out for 7 weeks, eventually returning in Week 17 against the Bears for the NFC North title.

Packers 33, Bears 28 (December 29, 2013) – In a game with the NFC North Championship and the No. 4 seed in the playoffs on the line, the Packers faced off against the Bears with quarterback Aaron Rodgers in his first start since their last meeting in early November, the game in which he was injured. The game was notable for a Rodgers fumble to touchdown that occurred when most players from both teams believed the play to be an incomplete pass. The game also showcased an offensive shootout in the second half, including Bears quarterback Jay Cutler throwing for two touchdowns. However, the Packers ended their last drive converting on 4th down three times, most notably in a long 4th and 8 completion to Randall Cobb for a touchdown that would win the game and deliver Green Bay its 3rd consecutive NFC North title. The loss meant the Bears missed the playoffs for a third straight year, while the Packers made their fifth consecutive trip to the playoffs.

Packers 55, Bears 14 (November 9, 2014) – Aaron Rodgers tied an NFL record with 6 touchdown passes in the first half in a blowout win for the Packers, the most lopsided win over the Bears for the Packers since 1962 and their highest point total in a game since 1945. The Packers scored more points in this game than in any other in the rivalry. Bears’ kickoff returner Chris Williams tied an NFL record with 10 kickoff returns in a game, one of which went for a 101-yard touchdown.

Bears 17, Packers 13 (November 26, 2015) – On the night of Brett Favre’s jersey retirement, the Bears met the Packers at Lambeau Field for a Thanksgiving match-up. With a 4-6 record and having lost to the Packers earlier in the year, Chicago entered the game as huge underdogs. While the Bears’ offense stalled in the first quarter, the Packers took a 7-point lead on a touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Eddie Lacy. In the second quarter, the Bears scored two touchdowns, while the Packers settled for two field goals, making the score 14-13 at halftime. The Bears scored one more field goal in the fourth quarter while their defense pitched a second half shutout, including a goal line stand in the game’s final seconds. The game marked the first and only win for Jay Cutler as a Bears quarterback in Lambeau Field, as well as his first win against the Packers since 2010.

Packers 30, Bears 27 (December 18, 2016) – With Green Bay one game down in the all time head to head series, and needing a win to move within a game of the division lead, the Packers entered Soldier Field during one of the coldest Chicago Bears games on record. With both teams tied at halftime 10–10, Green Bay surged to a 27-10 advantage in the third quarter, before the Chicago Bears made a run of their own in the fourth quarter to bring them within 3 points, and in striking distance of the Green Bay end zone. Green Bay held the Bears to a field goal after a goal-line stand. During the Packers’ ensuing possession, quarterback Aaron Rodgers completed a 60-yard pass to Jordy Nelson which led to a Packers field goal as time expired.

Packers 35, Bears 14 (September 28, 2017) – The Packers took advantage of two early Bear turnovers, scoring two early touchdowns within 1 minute of game time in the first quarter. After a 47-minute delay due to lightning in the 2nd quarter, the Packers continued their dominance of the Bears, causing four total Bear turnovers and Aaron Rodgers throwing 4 touchdown passes in a 35-14 win. The win gave the Packers a 95-94-6 edge in the overall rivalry, the first time the Packers had the winning advantage in the rivalry since 1933. The game included a vicious helmet-to-helmet hit from Bears’ Danny Trevathan on Packers’ Davante Adams, which knocked Adams out and caused a small skirmish between the Bears and Packers players. Trevathan received a two-game suspension that was later reduced to one game after an appeal.

Packers 23, Bears 16 (November 12, 2017) – On a gray and rainy day at Soldier Field, the Green Bay Packers came to town without Aaron Rodgers, who had suffered a broken collarbone several weeks earlier. Thus, this was the first game in the rivalry since 1991 that didn’t have Rodgers or Brett Favre at the starting quarterback position. Led by back-up quarterback Brett Hundley, the Packers struck first with an 11 play, 70 yard drive, and a 40 yard field goal by Mason Crosby. The Bears answered with an 8 play, 53 yard drive, capped by a 45 yard Conor Barth field goal. In the second quarter, the Packers made it 10-3 when Ty Montgomery burst up the middle on a 37 yard run. With 8:09 left in the first half, Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky hit Benny Cunningham on a short screen pass that he turned upfield for 23 yards. Cunningham tried to score on the play but was ruled out of bounds at the 2-yard line. However, John Fox opted to challenge, believing it was a touchdown. Instead, officials said Cunningham lost control of the football before it made contact with the pylon, and referee Tony Corrente ruled the play a touchback and awarded the ball to Green Bay at the 20-yard line. Later on, Conor Barth made a 44 yard field goal to end the half at 10-6. In the third quarter, Mason Crosby hit a 40 yard field in the third quarter to make it 13-6 and added another 50 yarder at the beginning of the 4th quarter to make it 16-6. With 10:39 to go in the game, Mitchell Trubisky answered with a 46 yard pass to Josh Bellamy to make it 16-13. However, the Packers responded with an 8 play, 75 yard drive, capped by a 19 yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams to make it 23-13. The Bears hit another field goal through Conor Barth to make it 23-16. Despite a botched field goal by the Packers that would have iced the game, the Bears were stopped on fourth down to end the game.

Packers 24, Bears 23 (September 9, 2018) – After an off-season in which both teams made massive player acquisitions, most notably the Bears having acquired linebacker Khalil Mack, the two teams met on Sunday Night Football for a highly anticipated Week 1 matchup. The Bears struck first with a 2-yard touchdown run by quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. After the two teams exchanged three and outs, Chicago ended the 1st quarter up 7–0. The Bears would later add to the lead with a Cody Parkey field goal to make it 10–0. Late in the second quarter, defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris knocked Aaron Rodgers out with a knee injury and the Bears capitalized with Mack getting a pick-six off Packers backup DeShone Kizer. Rodgers would return to the game in third quarter down 20–0, and led the Packers on a scoring drive culminating in a Mason Crosby field goal to end the third quarter with the Bears leading 20–3. However, the Packers outscored the Bears 21–3 off three Rodgers touchdown passes, to take a 24–23 lead with just over 2 minutes left. The Packers would hang on to win by that score. The 17-point fourth-quarter comeback for the Packers represented their largest in franchise history.

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