CHICAGO — Greg Jennings has missed the last two games the Packers have played the Chicago Bears.
He sat out the Week 2 game this season with his abdominal tear and missed the second meeting last season between the two teams because of a late-season knee injury.
But the last three times the Packers receiver has suited up against the Bears, he’s had big games.
In the first meeting in 2011, Jennings had nine catches for 119 yards in the Packers’ win at Soldier Field. In the 2010 NFC championship game, he had eight catches for 130 yards in the Packers’ win at Soldier Field. Three weeks before that, he had four catches for 97 yards in the regular-season finale that the Packers won just to get into the playoffs.
Could another game like that be in the works today?
“There’s no magic to it,” Jennings said of his success against the Bears. “It’s just making sure I do my job. At the end of the day, they have good players on the defensive side of the ball. It’s just about making plays and getting the opportunity to make a play and making it when you get an opportunity.”
Jennings career vs. the Bears