WHEN: noon Sunday
TV: Fox, with Dick Stockton on play-by-play, former Cowboys fullback Daryl Johnston providing the analysis and former Ravens defensive tackle Tony Siragusa on the sidelines.
OPENING LINE — Packers by 8.
SERIES RECORD — Bears lead 84-77-6.
LAST WEEK — Bears lost to Lions 20-16. Packers beat Panthers 24-14.
BEARS OFFENSE — OVERALL (14; 342 yards per game), RUSH (13; 128), PASS (15; 214)
BEARS DEFENSE — OVERALL (10; 262 yards per game), RUSH (7; 77), PASS (13; 185)
PACKERS OFFENSE — OVERALL (21; 279 yards per game), RUSH (10; 166), PASS (30; 127)
PACKERS DEFENSE — OVERALL (15; 300 yards per game), RUSH (2; 38), PASS (25; 262)
INJURY REPORT — GREEN BAY (9): Grady Jackson, DT, Knee, Out; Kenny Peterson, DT/DE, Ankle, Doubtful; Najeh Davenport, RB, Hamstring, Questionable; Torrance Marshall, LB, Hamstring, Questionable; Kevin Barry, T, Ankle, Probable; Mike Flanagan, C, Knee, Probable; Paris Lenon, LB, Thumb, Probable; David Martin, TE, Quadricep, Probable; Hannibal Navies, LB, Shoulder, Probable. CHICAGO (3): Jerry Azumah, CB, Neck, Out; Marcus Reese, LB, Hamstring, Out; Rex Tucker, G, Elbow, Out.
LAST MEETING — The Packers have won the last seven against the Bears, including a 38-23 win at Chicago on Sept. 29, 2003, and a 34-21 victory on Dec. 7, 2003. In the latter game, the Packers fell behind 14-0 after one quarter before storming back.
Longwell hit two more field goals, including a 45-yarder, to put Green Bay on top 19-14 entering the final period.
In one of the most memorable plays of the season, Mike McKenzie thwarted a potential Bears scoring drive with his second interception of the day, returning a third-and-8 pass 90 yards up the left sideline for a touchdown. A successful two-point conversion made it 27-14.
A last-ditch Chicago drive ended with a fourth-down sack by Grady Jackson, giving the Packers the ball at the Bears' 1-yard line and setting up an Ahman Green touchdown to cap a 34-point run.