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Sunday, November 9, 2014 at Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI) Packers 55, Bears 14 The Bears Packers rivalry met up at Lambeau for the second time of the 2014 season and it was nothing short of a nightmare for Chicago. Aaron Rogers connected with his offense for six touchdowns in the first half alone to head into half time with a 42-0 advantage. The Bears would find the endzone twice in the second half but would be a far cry away from making this one close as the Green Bay Packers finish the night with Rogers on the sideline and a 55-14 win.
Sunday, September 28, 2014 at Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Packers 38, Bears 17 While the Green Bay Packers quarterback worries were answered with 4 touchdown passes from Aaron Rogers, the Bears were reminded of their own quarterback issues. Cutler struggled at the end of both halves giving the ball up to the Packers in two critical drives that kept Chicago from gaining any momentum in the game. It was the Green Bay defense that stepped up in the second half to completely shut down the Chicago offense to come out on top 38-17.
Sunday, December 29, 2013 at Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Packers 33, Bears 28 In one of many week 17 win or go home games, the return of Aaron Rogers proved to be the solidifying factor to keep Green Bay in the running for the Lombardi Trophy. Trailing the Bears 28-27, Aaron Rogers started their final drive of the game inside their own 20 at just over six minutes left in regulation. After three 4th down conversions and an 86 yard drive Rogers would find Randle Cobb wide open for the go ahead touchdown giving Chicago only 38 seconds to over come the 33-28 lead.
Monday, November 4, 2013 at Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI) Bears 27, Packers 20 After leaving the game on the first drive, Aaron Rogers watched the majority of this game in sweats from the sideline as back up Seneca Wallace took over the huddle. While it was a similar story for the Bears with Cutler injured and listed as inactive prior to kickoff, Josh McCown looked like he'd been the starter all along. The 11 year veteran lead the Bears to 27-20 win at Lambeau with 272 yards and two touchdowns to each of his massive ends, Brandon Marshall & Alshon Jeffery. Matt Forte held down the backfield toting the rock for 125 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries.
Sunday, December 16, 2012 at Soldier Field (Chicago, IL) Packers 21, Bears 13 Aaron Rodgers played an error-free game, leading the Packers to a win with three touchdown passes to James Jones in a span of less than eight minutes. The Bears couldn’t muster anything on offense after a Brandon Marshall touchdown, and Matt Forte could only get 69 yards on the ground on 20 carries. The win put the Packers at 10-4 while the Bears dropped to 8-6.
Thursday, September 13, 2012 at Lambeau Field (Green Bay, WI) Packers 23, Bears 10 A bit of trickery got the Packers out in front in the second quarter, as Tom Crabtree caught a pass on a fake field goal to the house from 28 yard out to give Green Bay the 10-0 lead. The Packers and Bears traded field goals back and forth in the second half before Aaron Rodgers was able to find Donald Driver for a 26-yard TD in the fourth quarter to go up 23-3. The result put both teams at 1-1 after Week 2.