I think the best scenario ever would be beating the Bears next week and essentially knocking them out of the playoff race only for the Bears to beat the Spermheads in the last game of the season knocking them out of the playoffs.
I know, possibly a wrong phrase, but they sure don't look like Super Bowl contenders yet....or do you think they do?? Just asking. I think there is a LOT of room for improvement and not a lot of weeks to do it yet. Just saying.
Who gets the second wild card besides the Minnesota team?
Niners/Seahawks - whichever loses that division
Sure they get the first wildcard, but Henry's post suggests the Bears knock Minnesota out of the playoffs, meaning somebody else gets the second wild card. The Rams would have to do well in the last four games to knock Minnesota out.
I'm hoping you're right about that YA.......I feel the Pack is losing ground, other teams are peaking, and the Pack is like, well, stinking up the joint. hope they come to play next week.
To quote Al Davis "just win baby" Even if wins aren't pretty it is still a win.
With that in mind the Packers just need to keep taking care of business and that is especially true this weekend. Nothing would be sweeter than to win this game at home and really damage any chance the Bores have of making the playoffs.
All that being said embrace the hate this week. the Bears and their FIB fans.
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Packers lead all time series 98-95-6.
The current 3 game edge is tied for the largest advantage Green Bay has ever had - also had after the opener in 2018.
The Bears largest advantage in the series is 24 games which they've had only twice as well. After loss in Lombardi's 3rd game vs Bears they led 50-26-6, and after a loss in Favre's first game vs Bears they led 81-57-6