Packers look to get back on track against Bears

The Green Bay Packers hope to get back in the W column when they host their divisional rivals on Sunday Night Football.


The Packers look to rebound from their overtime loss to the Indianapolis Colts last week despite posting impressive offensive numbers against the league's best defense. The Bears are coming off a bye week as they work to flip the script on their season. With Nick Foles out with an injury, the Bears plan on starting Mitch Trubisky after benching him earlier in the season. The Packers look to keep pace with the Seattle Seahawks as they look to earn the number one seed and a first round bye.


Kickoff is slated for 7:20 p.m.



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