ESPN Chicago picks: Packers at Bears
December, 27, 2013
|PACKERS 31, BEARS 27
The return of Rodgers means the Bears won't be returning to the postseason for a third straight season.
|BEARS 29, PACKERS 28
A rusty Aaron Rodgers leaves the door open just enough for the Bears defense to force a couple turnovers and hang on to clinch the NFC North.
|BEARS 30, PACKERS 24
Jay Cutler would like to dedicate this game to all the sportswriters who told him he'd never amount to nothin'.
|BEARS 28, PACKERS 27
Everything points to Aaron Rodgers riding to the rescue and the Bears still not recovered from last week. And yet . . .
|PACKERS 35, BEARS 34
Green Bay is who we think they are with Aaron Rodgers back on the field: A team the Bears just can't seem to find a way to beat.
|BEARS 31, PACKERS 27
The Bears treat Mr. Rodgers poorly in their neighborhood.
|BEARS 27, PACKERS 24
Rodgers and Cutler both playing make for a good story, but I still think Eddie Lacy determines the NFC North. If he's healthier than reported, the Packers will win this game.
|PACKERS 35, BEARS 27
Even in this crazy NFL, I can't pick the team that just lost 54-11.
|BEARS 34, PACKERS 30
Bears squeak by, in part thanks to a rusty Rodgers.
|BEARS 30, PACKERS 27
Even with Rodgers playing, this game sets up nicely for the Bears. The offense leads the way against a Packers defense that is allowing 30 points per game the last seven weeks.
|PACKERS, 31, BEARS 30
Rodgers' presence automatically upgrades the passing attack, which was the only facet of the game the Bears had any shot at actually defending. Chicago's issues against the run coupled with Rodgers makes the Packers impossible to defend in this game.
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