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The league kicks off its 100th campaign on Thursday when the Green Bay Packers take on the Chicago Bears in an NFC North clash. The setting is all too familiar for Bears fans who are still suffering the shock and awe of 2018’s season-opener. You remember the one; it’s when Aaron Rodgers limped out of the tunnel to lead Green Bay on a 21-point fourth-quarter comeback and an eventual 24-23 win.
The Packers and Bears have faced off 196 times, the most of any two teams in NFL history. The Packers hold a slim 96-94-6 advantage in the all-time series, and they are 16-4 against Chicago over the last 10 seasons.
The Bears’ 12-4 mark last season was the team’s best record since 2006 (13-3), but the Bears lost in the Wild Card round vs. Philadelphia when Cody Parkey’s potential game-winning field goal hit the upright.
Here’s everything you need to know for the game:
Date: Thursday, Sept. 5
Kickoff time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Stream: NBCSports.com, NFL Game Pass (out of market)
Location: Soldier Field, Chicago
Odds: Bears -3, over/under 46.5
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