"It might be a problem that he got picked off 7 times (the last 2 games) before us, but I'm pretty sure he's going to come out and try to play his best game against us," said DE Phillip Daniels. "He's going to try to correct that problem."
There isn't a better team for Favre to get healthy against than the Bears. During his career Favre is 17-4 against the Bears including a three-touchdown performance against the Bears in a 34-21 back in October.
The best defense against Favre is to keep him on the sideline.
"You have to keep Brett Favre off the field, but ultimately being on offense what we have to do is score points," said Marcus Robinson. "You can't go down there and get on the 10 and get a field goal. You've got to put points on the board against these guys as well as take time off the clock."
As bad as the Bears are playing a win over the Packers would make every Bears fan smile.
"It's funny when you get here to Chicago and here our season is we're 3-8 or whatever and people are like, I don t care, just beat the Packers. Well, I'd like to win a Super Bowl, but I'm all for beating the Packers too."
Rookie Alex Brown is quickly learning time is something you can't give Favre.
"All he needs is that extra second and he's going to beat you deep for a touchdown," Brown said about Favre, who threw an 85-yard touchdown pass to Donald Driver against the Bears in the first meeting of the year.