STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES – Game No. 190 in NFL’s oldest rivalry. … Bears have lost 10 of last 12 against Packers, including playoffs. … Chicago won last meeting at Lambeau Field 27-20 on Nov. 4, 2013, game in which Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was knocked out with left collarbone injury following sack by DE Shea McClellin. … QB Jay Cutler is franchise leader in career passer rating (84.7), yards passing per game (226.7) and 300-yard passing games (11). … With 38 career TDs rushing, RB Matt Forte is one score shy of tying Gale Sayers for fourth place in franchise history. … WR Brandon Marshall has 252 receptions since joining Bears in 2012, second most in NFL in that span behind 269 for Houston’s Andre Johnson. … Martellus Bennett’s 47 catches second among NFL tight ends to the 49 for New England’s Rob Gronkowski. … DE Jared Allen leads NFL with 130 sacks since 2004. … Packers are 7-1 in games after bye weeks under coach Mike McCarthy. … Packers have scored at least 30 points in first three home games for first time dating back to 1921; 37 points per game at home lead NFL. … Rodgers 11-3 against Bears as starting quarterback. … WR Jordy Nelson two TD catches short (42) of passing Billy Howton for eighth place in franchise history. … WR Randall Cobb has at least one reception in 32 straight regular-season games. … LB Clay Matthews has 7 1-2 sacks and two interceptions in career against Bears, most he has against any single team.
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