They are in close geographic proximity and thus were slotted in the same division in the NFL/NFC.
They are the two oldest teams in the NFL.
The Bears and the Packers have a bigger rivalry than the Vikings and the Packers do.
AS of the 2nd game of the 2009-10 season the Packers-Bears overall record is 82-90-7.
It is a known fact that the Bear's/ Packer's rivalry is the fiercest rivalry in the NFL, but I'm not sure about all of sports.
The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers started playing each other in 1921. It is the longest rivalry in the NFL. Chicago holds the edge with 93 wins against 89 losses, with 6 tied games.
There are very many rivals in the NFL. The most intense rivalry in the NFL has its title shared with multiple teams. These teams are the Colts and Patriots, the Browns and Steelers, the Browns and Bengals, the Vikings and Packers, the Patriots and the Dolphins, the 49ers and the Bears, the Packers and the Bears, the Eagles and the Cowboys, the Eagles and the Giants, and the Dolphins and 49ers. There are many other strong rivals, those are just some of them. The most intense is probably the Eagles and Cowboys or the Browns and Bengals. The most injuring is the 49ers and Bears or Vikings and Packers, especially now with Favre and Rodgers becoming a superstar. The closest is either the Browns and Steelers, the Browns and Bengals, the Eagles and Cowboys, or the 49ers and Bears. Many people could dispute this and this is just my opinion.
Chicago Bears won the coin toss and decided to defer. Green Bay Packers received the ball to start the first half, Bears the second. The Packers beat the Bears 21-14 and moved on the Super Bowl and defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers.
1941, the Bears beat the Packers.
The lions, bears, vikings and packers are in the NFC north division
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The packers beat the Bears.
yes, packers won