Bears quarterback Jay Cutler shows his frustration against the Packers in December 2012.
When: 3:25 p.m. central time kickoff
Where: Soldier Field, Chicago
Watch it: Game will be broadcast on Fox
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Keys to the game:
Packers: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers needs to knock the rust off fast after missing the last seven weeks with a broken collarbone suffered at the hands of these same Chicago Bears. The Pack also needs to take advantage of the Bears once-vaunted defense, which is dead last in the NFL against the run, surrendering a whopping 161 yards per game on the ground. Finally, they must fill holes left when all-pro pass rusher Clay Matthews went down with a broken thumb and top cornerback Casey Hayward was lost to a hamstring injury.
Bears: All eyes in Chicago are on quarterback Jay Cutler, who is a dismal 1-8 against the Packers in his career. He is in the final year of his contract with the Bears and having his best season ever, even after missing several games to groin and ankle injuries. Chicago must find a way to get the ball to what fans are calling the new Monsters of the Midway - a corps of receivers who tower over most cornerbacks and have helped vault the Bears to the No. 5 passing offense in the NFL.