Dating back to 2011, the Green Bay Packers have won 15 of their last 17 games against the Chicago Bears. In a decade in which the Minnesota Vikings have played the Packers competitively, even winning four of the last five meetings, it’s easy to forget sometimes that the Bears are considered Green Bay’s biggest rival. But after an improbable 24-23 Packers win last Sunday, it’s becoming more and more apparent that the NFL’s most-played rivalry is close to being competitive and reawakened.
For starters, the hype around the Bears from their fan base is as strong as it’s been in quite a long time. Throughout Lambeau Field, there were more “Let’s go Bears” chants heard through television Sunday night than this author can remember. Combined with a chorus of “Go Pack Gos” that would not be outdone during an intense comeback, Bears-Packers football was must-see TV.


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