Packers vs. Bears Week 4 Game Predictions from All Green Bay Packers All the Time
Week 4 Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears
Name Record To-Date This Week’s Pick Score Prediction
Kris Burke 3-0 Chicago Bears 28-14
Nothing that came out of Mike McCarthy’s mouth this week helped convince me he knows what’s wrong with the offense. Cutler makes one more play than Rodgers and that could be the difference
“Jersey” Al Bracco 2-1 Green Bay Packers 27-19
Hopefully all the angst Mike McCarthy is going through this week will spur him to get his head out of his butt and come up with an offensive game plan that Bears won’t have already committed to memory. I think Eddie Lacy will break out of his slump and the Packers will roll over the Bears at Soldier Field.
Adam Czech 2-1 Green Bay Packers 27-23
 I’m still holding out hope that the Packers are an 11-5 team. If they flop again this week, it’s time to re-evaluate things. But I can’t see Aaron Rodgers withering to another weak secondary. And if Eddie Lacy wants to start trucking guys again, this weak Bears’ run defense should get him going.
Thomas Hobbes 1-2 Green Bay Packers 28-21
 No way do the Packers lose another division game and luckily the Packers always seem to be able to get a win from the Bears when they really need it.  Hopefully the Bears see the Packers offense from the Jets and the defense from the Lions.
Chad Toporski 2-1 Green Bay Packers 35-21
Hope springs eternal, as they say. After watching the game tape against the Lions, it was clear to me that the running game was the biggest culprit in that loss. I think the Packers will turn it around, play with a chip on their shoulders this week, and knock “da Bears” on “deir butt.”
Jason Perone 2-1 Chicago Bears 28-17
I have Chicago scoring 28, not because I think the defense will give up that many, but because I don’t trust the offense not to cough up more points this week to an undermanned but scrappy Bears defense.  Last week, we saw a “shorthanded” Lions secondary keep the Packers receivers in check.  This week, Chicago does the same and the Packers’ woes continue as they again struggle to run the ball well.
Jay Hodgson 3-0 Green Bay Packers 21-17
This is s a must-win game for the Packers, and everyone at 1265 Lombardi knows this. The Packers are more talented from top to bottom on their roster than the Bears, but they need to pull together as a team. This game reminds me of their trip to Houston to take on the Texans. The Packers dominated that game. This one will be closer, but it will be a win.
Cory Jennerjohn 3-0 Green Bay Packers 24-20
Coming into this season, nobody could have predicted that the offense would be the unit holding this team back. Randall Cobb is the key in this game. If he has his breakout game of the year by getting separation from a Bears secondary that is giving up 233 passing yards a game, the Packers win this game.
Andy Burch 1-2 Green Bay Packers 20-17
 The Green Bay Packers are a much better football team than the Bears at every position except for maybe wide receiver and running back. If the Packers lose to the Bears then it’s time to start worrying. I think Rodgers plays well and the defense continues to play well to come up with the win.



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  1. “I have Chicago scoring 28, not because I think the defense will give up that many, but because I don’t trust the offense not to cough up more points this week to an undermanned but scrappy Bears defense. Last week, we saw a “shorthanded” Lions secondary keep the Packers receivers in check”

    The Lions have a front four that can penetrate and stop the run, and can pressure the passer without blitzing. Those teams have always given the Packers fits. The Bears don’t have the horses to do that. The Packer defense need to exploit a depleted Bears O-line that hasn’t been able to generate running room for Matt Forte on a consistent basis. High scoring game, but I think the Packers can pull it out.

  2. Tough game to call. Packers are desperate. A loss to the Bears and their 2014 season is over. Bears are on the upswing last couple of years and are smarting over season ending loss to Pack in 2013. Beautiful weather and home field advantage. Dumbo McCarthy will open, once again, emphasizing the run. Expect modest results. Throw the ball short and intermediate dumbo. You have the best QB on the planet behind C. Throw to open the run. If MM gets it wrong again, Packer season ends early. I’m taking Bears, home field advantage and points.

  3. Great. All the guys that are 3-0 on the year are picking the Packers. Now that they’re sufficiently jinxed, you can just go ahead and mark another one in the L column before they even kick it off.

    Thanks. Appreciate it.

  4. A loss to the Bears Sunday will actually place the Packers at a 50/50 chance of still getting a Division win and a playoff spot.The fact that we play Chi and Det at home yet,leaves us with the hope of both subjecting themselves to yet another collapse vs others.However,the odds of a wild card spot will be erased more so than the other.

    Mr.Rodgers and Co…I sure hope that ‘relax’ chair is uncomfortable.

  5. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers pass rush make the difference in this one. Pack 31 – Da’ Bears 21. Thanks, Since ’61

  6. I agree with Kris; show me evidence that GB (MM) is capable of doing anything different to get the wins. Forget all the hype about the “chip on the shoulder” and “no way we lose to another division rival”. Yeah, Bears are capable of imploding…but I think Bears win comfortably.

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