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This is literally everything you need to know about the Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers game on Thursday Night Football!

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With the big win on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, this Thursday Night’s game got even more interesting. Had the Chicago Bears lost to the Steelers, we’d still have the rivalry to get fired up for, but with the win, we have a little more hope. If the Steelers would have shellacked the Bears like most of us thought, the narrative for this game would have been much different.

The Bears are still an underdog to the Green Bay Packers, but they showed last week that the underdog has some bite.

Aaron Rodgers has thrown an interception in all three games this year, so maybe the Bears’ defense can make it four in a row and register their first.

Here are a few things you may have missed in our jam packed Packers-week prep!

WCG Predicts the game here.

Sam’s Chicago-Green Bay game preview is right here.

Andrew’s What to Watch for can be found by clicking here.

The injury report is here.

For some exciting pre game banter between Bears’ fans and Packers’ fans, check out the comment threads of our 5 Questions with them and their 5 Questions with us.

WCG Radio previews the game here:

I talk about the Bears offense and what they can do to knock off the packers right here:

TV Schedule

Date: September 28, 2017

Time: 7:25pm - Bears’ Time

Channel: (CBS/NFLN)

Announcers: Jim Nantz and Tony Romo

Location: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin

Radio: In Chicago, WCFS 105.9FM and WBBM 780AM (Full list of radio affiliates here)

Sirius Radio: SIRI 81 (Internet 805)

Online Streaming

NFL Game Pass and http://www.nfl.com/tnf for more info.

Odds

Bears +7.5 - Over/Under 45.5 according to Bovada

History Lesson

Jack nails the history lesson every week (see his article later today) but for my nugget...

The first meeting between these two teams pitted head coach George Halas vs head coach Curly Lambeau, in what was a 20-0 Chicago Staleys win.

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