Packers-Bears: The Facts

Green Bay has won 11 straight south of the Wisconsin state line

What: Packers (2-9) vs. Bears (8-3)

When: Noon (CT) Sunday, Dec. 4

Where: Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

All-time regular season: Bears lead 84-78-6

All-time postseason: Bears lead 1-0.

Standings: Packers - 4th place, NFC North. Bears - 1st place, NFC North.

Packers leaders: Offense - Favre, 2,714 passing yards and 19 passing TDs; Gado, 291 rushing yards and 4 rushing TDs; Donald Driver, 59 receptions, 844 receiving yards and 5 receiving TDs. Defense - Aaron Kampman, 6.5 sacks; Ahmad Carroll and Al Harris, 2 interceptions.

Bears leaders: Offense - Orton, 1,523 passing yards and 9 passing TDs; Jones, 912 rushing yards and 6 rushing TDs; Muhammad, 48 receptions, 561 receiving yards and 3 receiving TDs. Defense - Adewale Ogunleye, 9 sacks; Nathan Vasher, 6 interceptions.

Packers team rank: Rushing Offense - 75.5 yards per game (31st in NFL); Passing Offense - 239.3 ypg (8th); Total Offense - 314.8 ypg (20th). Rushing Defense - 120.8 ypg (23rd); Passing Defense - 178 ypg (7th); Total Defense - 298.8 ypg (9th).

Bears team rank: Rushing Offense - 132.5 yards per game (6th); Passing Offense - 128.7 ypg (31st); Total Offense - 261.3 ypg (28th). Rushing Defense - 92.6 ypg (6th); Passing Defense - 161.5 ypg (1st); Total Defense - 254.2 ypg (1st).

Road/home records: Bears – 5-1 at home; Packers - 1-5 on road.

Packers-Bears series:The Green Bay Packers have won 21 of their last 25 games against the Chicago Bears, including 11 straight visits to Illinois.

Last meeting: Jan. 2; Packers, 31-14. At Chicago, Favre played just over one quarter in preparation for the playoffs, going 9-of-13 for 196 yards and two touchdowns while the defense tied a team record with nine sacks.

Streaks and notes:Packers - Green Bay has lost all three division games this year. The Packers haven't lost four straight division games since 1999-2000. ... The Packers have won 14 of their last 20 regular season road games in December, including a 3-0 mark at Chicago. ... Green Bay is trying to tie the NFL record with 12 straight road wins against an opponent.

Bears - Chicago has won its last four home games, allowing no touchdowns and less than 10 points in each. ... Chicago is 3-0 in division play and looks to win four straight division games for the first time since 1991. ... RB Jones needs 88 yards to record his first 1,000-yard season. ... The Bears have allowed the fewest first downs in the league with 155.

Line: Bears by 7 points.

Next up: Detroit Lions, Dec. 11 (7:30 p.m., CT) at Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI

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