GAME ANAL­Y­SIS

Packers vs. Bears

Packer Plus - - Extra Points -

Rick Klauer: With Aaron Rodgers at the helm at the start of the night, wouldn’t it be great to turn back the clock Thurs­day and let Brett Favre and Bart Starr fin­ish the game against the Bears? Packers fans should be thank­ful for those three men. What a fan­tas­tic night it prom­ises to be in Green Bay. Packers 31, Bears 24

Bob Fri­day: Aaron wins one for Brett. Who’d have thought a few years ago that that would hap­pen? Packers 31, Bears 20

Martin Hen­dricks: Green Bay crushed Chicago, 55-14, last year and has won five of last six in Lam­beau Field against their border ri­vals. No let up on No. 4's night. Favre owned the Bears in his ten­ure. Packers 27, Bears 17

Kisha Golden: No wor­ries. The win­ning streak will con­tinue. And that's some­thing Packers fans can be thank­ful for! Packers 28, Bears 7

Michael Cohen: The of­fense for the Packers lurched to life against the Vik­ings, a team with a solid de­fense and a good coach. A short week of prepa­ra­tion will be dif­fi­cult, but strides can still be made. Ex­pect an­other solid per­for­mance from Aaron Rodgers, Ed­die Lacy and James Jones. Packers 31, Bears 23

Rob Reis­chel: Chicago is a much bet­ter team than the one Green Bay saw in the sea­son opener. Still, the Packers seemed to get back on track in Min­nesota. And a fren­zied crowd cel­e­brat­ing Brett Favre's jer­sey re­tire­ment should give the home team plenty of help. Packers 27, Bears 20

MARK HOFF­MAN / MHOFFMAN@JOUR­NALSEN­TINEL.COM

For­mer Packers QB Brett Favre is re­turn­ing to Title­town on Thanks­giv­ing.

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