Bears vs. Packers: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The Packers (5-3) will host the Bears (3-5) on Sunday Night Football. Both teams are coming off of a bye week. Green Bay saw its four-game winning streak get snapped in Week 8 with a 44-23 loss to the Saints. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers hurt his hamstring in that game, but will play against the Bears. Chicago has lost four of its last five games, including a 53-21 loss to the Patriots in Week 8.
This will be the second meeting between the two teams this season. On Sept. 28, the Packers beat the Bears 38-17 in Chicago.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 8:30 p.m. ET
Live Stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV Coverage: NBC
Week 8: Patriots 51, Patriots 23
Chicago lost for the fourth time in five games in a blowout loss to New England. The Patriots scored 31 points in the second quarter and held a 45-7 lead at one point in the game. Jay Cutler threw three touchdowns but was picked off once and lost a fumble that was returned by the Patriots for a score.
Week 7: Dolphins 27, Bears 14
The Bears managed 224 total yards on the day in a home loss to Miami. The loss dropped Chicago to 0-3 on the season at Soldier Field, where they don't return until Nov. 16. Jay Cutler threw for 190 yards, a touchdown and an interception and was sacked three times.
Week 6: Bears 27, Falcons 13
The Bears held the Falcons scoreless in both the second and fourth quarters to win in Atlanta. Both Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall finished with over 100 yards receiving, while Matt Forte scored two touchdowns out of the backfield. Jay Cutler threw for 381 yards and a score.
Week 5: Panthers 31, Bears 24
The Bears' loss to the Panthers was the second loss in a row for Chicago. Jay Cutler had another two interception game as the Bears squandered a 24-21 lead late in the fourth quarter following a field goal and a Cam Newton touchdown pass to Greg Olsen.
Week 4: Packers 38, Bears 17
The Bears fell to the division rival Packers. Jay Cutler threw for 256 yards and two touchdowns, but he also threw two interceptions in the loss. Matt Forte led the way on the ground with 122 yards on 23 carries. Despite the loss, the Bears offense outgained the Packers on offense 496-358.
Week 3: Bears 27, Jets 19
On the second play from the line of scrimmage, Bears safety Ryan Mundy intercepted Jets quarterback Geno Smith and ran 45 yards for the touchdown. On offense, quarterback Jay Cutler was 23-of-38 for 225 yards and two touchdowns. He targeted receiver Alshon Jeffrey, who had eight catches for 105 yards. The Bears had just 60 yards on the ground. Running back Matt Forte ran for 33 yards on 13 carries.
Week 2: Bears 28, 49ers 20
After the 49ers went up 17-0, the Bears outscored San Francisco 28-3. 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick threw three interceptions, two of which were recorded by Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller. Cutler was 23-of-34 for 176 yards and four touchdowns. Forte ran for just 21 yards on 12 carries.
Week 1: Bills 27, Bears 20 (OT)
The Bears lost to the Bills in overtime in Week 1 after tying the game at 20 with thirty seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. Cutler threw two touchdowns but had two interceptions as well. He threw for 349 yards. Forte ran for 82 yards on 17 carries.
Week 8: Packers 23, Saints 44
Green Bay's four-game winning streak was snapped in New Orleans. Aaron Rodgers threw for 418 yards, but was picked off twice and sustained a hamstring injury that he continued to play with. In the game's opening minutes, Rodgers threw a 70-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb to give the Packers an early 7-0 lead.
Week 7: Panthers 17, Packers 38
Rodgers threw three touchdowns and was 19-of-22 in the win. The Packers led 38-3 entering the fourth quarter before the Panthers scored two touchdowns to close the game. Randall Cobb had 121 yards on six receptions, including a touchdown.
Week 6: Packers 27, Dolphins 24
Green Bay won after Aaron Rodgers faked an intentional spike to set up a game-winning four-yard touchdown pass with three seconds remaining. Rodgers finished with 264 yards and three touchdowns on 24-of-42 passing. Jordy Nelson had 107 yards and one touchdown on nine catches.
Week 5: Vikings 10, Packers 42
Green Bay earned a big victory over division rival Minnesota last Thursday night. Aaron Rodgers threw for 156 yards and three touchdowns in rainy conditions at Lambeau Field. Eddie Lacy rushed for a season-high 105 yards and two touchdowns out of the backfield. Defensive end Julius Peppers also returned an interception 49 yards for a score.
Week 4: Packers 38, Bears 17
After trailing 17-14 late in the second quarter, the Packers scored 24 unanswered points to close the game. Aaron Rodgers completed 22-of-28 passes for 302 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions. The Packers picked off Bears quarterback Jay Cutler twice and returned the two interceptions for a combined 102 yards. It was Green Bay's 700th regular-season win in franchise history.
Week 3: Lions 19, Packers 7
The Packers' only score against the Lions came in the first quarter. Aaron Rodgers was 16-of-27 for 162 yards and a touchdown. The 162 yards were the second-fewest passing yards he’s ever had in a game in which he didn't get hurt. The Packers defense forced three turnovers and held Lions receiver Calvin Johnson without a touchdown.
Week 2: Packers 31, Jets 24
The Jets got to a quick start and were up 21-3 midway through the second quarter before the Packers came from behind to win. Aaron Rodgers went 25-for-42 for 346 yards and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Jordy Nelson had nine catches for 209 yards and a touchdown.
Week 1: Seahawks 36, Packers 16
The Packers traveled to Seattle to open the NFL season, but left with a loss. Aaron Rodgers threw for 189 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Running back James Starks led the team in rushing with 37 yards on seven carries. The Packers finished with only 80 rushing yards compared to the Seahawks' 207 yards.