Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers tickets 9/5/2019

Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers NFL regular season game will be played at Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago, IL and tickets are still available. Get ready for the Thursday, September 5, 2019 game, where Bears will try to win against Packers again at 7:20 PM. Best way to see your favorite team’s game is going to the stadium and be among other supporters. Get discount tickets for Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers game until all are sold-out!

The Green Bay Packers are one of the Bears’ biggest rivals since their team’s inception in 1920. The team currently leads the series 92–86–6, and the teams have met twice in the postseason. The Bears won the 1941 meeting 33–14 and eventually defeated the New York Giants in the 1941 NFL Championship Game, and the Packers won the 2011 meeting 21–14 en route to a Super Bowl XLV win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The teams’ first meeting was a victory for the Bears (known as the Staleys at the time) in 1921 in a shutout 20–0. The Packers claimed their first win over the Bears in 1925 14–10. The 1924 matchup (which ended in a 3–0 win for Chicago) was notable for featuring the first ever ejection of players in a game in NFL history, as Frank Hanny of the Bears and Walter Voss of the Packers were ejected for punching each other.[61] The rivalry also featured one of the last successful fair catch kicks in 1968, when Bears kicker Mac Percival kicked the game-winning field goal.

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 scored a touchdown 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.

The two teams met on the last day of the 2010 season in what was a must-win for Green Bay. The Packers won 10–3 to capture the last wild card spot, while the Bears had already secured a first-round bye. Green Bay clinched a trip to the NFC Championship by virtue of a 21–16 win over Philadelphia in the Wild Card round and then defeating Atlanta, 48–21, in a divisional playoff. The Bears defeated Seattle in the other divisional playoff, 35–24. Both teams advanced to the NFC Championship game, only their second playoff game against each other. Many fans of both teams describe the game as the biggest in the history of the rivalry, with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line. The Packers would ultimately prevail 21–14 and go on to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.

Packers 35, Bears 21 (December 25, 2011). Following a four-game losing streak for the Bears upon quarterback Jay Cutler breaking his thumb, the Packers eliminated the Bears from playoff contention by beating them on Christmas Day. Josh McCown replaced Caleb Hanie as the Bears quarterback in this game.

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