The Green Bay Packers travel to Chicago to take on their NFC North divisional rival in this NFL Week 6 game.
These teams are in first and second place respectively in the division with records of 4-1 and 3-2.
Whereas the Packers have the future Hall of Fame veteran Aaron Rodgers leading the way, the Bears have been a work-in-progress at the quarterback position.
Rookie Justin Fields is the starting quarterback, and he is coming into his own.
Justin Fields' first career passing TD 👏
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 10, 2021
Here are the details of how to watch, listen, or live stream this game.
How To Watch Packers Vs. Bears
This is a 1:00 p.m. ET game televised on FOX on Sunday, October 17, 2021.
How To Listen To Packers Vs. Bears
Packers fans can hear the game on any of the 49 stations within the Packers Radio Network.
Bears fans can hear the game on WBBM.
How To Live Stream Packers Vs. Bears
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The Bears and Packers are one of the oldest rivalries in the NFL.
The teams have played 202 times.
Green Bay has the edge with 101 wins.
Chicago has 95 wins, and there have been 6 ties.
These two teams last met on January 3, 2021, and the Packers won by a score of 35-16.
After all of the preseason hoopla surrounding Rodgers, he has settled into his usual role of excellence.
Through five games, he has thrown 10 touchdowns and three interceptions.
Wide receiver Davante Adams is coming off a huge game in Week 5 with 11 catches for 206 yards.
Indicative of the rivalry, Rodgers was asked if he could ever play for the Bears if the opportunity presented itself.
He wasted no time shooting down that possibility.
“Could you see yourself every playing there [Chicago] when your time comes playing here?”
Aaron Rodgers: pic.twitter.com/IGJKAX6o0x
— 𝐽𝐸𝑁 𝑀𝐴𝐶𝐾 🧀 (@BigMack_4) October 13, 2021
After his difficult game against the Cleveland Browns in Week 3, his first NFL start, Fields has gotten better.
The Browns sacked him nine times, but since then, he has only been sacked three times.
Fields has thrown a touchdown pass and an interception.
He seems undaunted about facing Rodgers.
“My job is to win. My job isn’t to be better than any quarterback. As long as we win, I’m doing my job the right way.”
We will soon see how Fields and the Bears fare against the Packers on their home turf.
That is the confidence Bears fans are hoping leads to a big win.NEXT: Bears Suddenly Dealing With Serious Running Back Problems