I start with the derby match between Bears and Packers first. It’s an old rivalry between these two teams, and Chicago has the perfect opportunity to revenge Green Bay. The two teams have already met on Lambeau this season, Aaron Rodgers & co. then imposing without difficulty, score 35-14. Since then, Rodgers has been out for the rest of the season, his replacement is not doing well, and Bears have a better defensive (8th in the NFL), to which we add that on the post of QB is the young Mitch Trubisky.
Packers suffered the third consecutive failure since Rodgers was injured, losing with Vikings, Bears and Lions. Two of these teams are in the same division with Green Bay, and another defeat today would be enormous in the ranking economy. Minnesota is a devious leader, while Detroit still has a chance at Wilcard, but it’s still quite out of season. Bears and Packers have always been great matches, no matter who was on the pitch. Now, all the more, the “bears” want to take advantage of the precarious situation of the rivals. Expect Brett Hundley (QB) to be hunted by the opposing defender, in a match with a few on the table.

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