The next chapter will be written in this classic rivalry when the Chicago bears travel to Green Bay to take on the Green Bay Packers.
The two clubs have won a combined 22 NFL championships (13 for Green Bay and 9 for Chicago) including 5 Super Bowls (4 for Green Bay and 1 for Chicago) and have 58 members in the Pro Football Hall of Fame (Chicago with 30 and Green Bay with 28.)
The rivalry began in 1921 and is the league's most played, with 192 regular-season and post-season games. (The rivalry is not the league's longest continuous rivalry, as the 1982 strike-shortened NFL season did not include a Bears–Packers game. That title goes to the Lions–Packers rivalry, who have played each other at least twice a year since 1932. Also one meeting between the Bears and Lions was canceled in 1987 due to another strike.) Because the Packers and Bears are in the same division—the NFC North—they play each other at least twice every regular season.
Chicago leads the series 94–92–6.