The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears will meet on Sunday with the NFC North on the line.
The Packers, at 7-7-1, miraculously still can win the division despite the fact that Aaron Rodgers hasn’t played since early November. The Bears, on the other-hand, have seen the division slip away and have lost three of their last five games; including a 11-54 loss last weekend in Philadelphia.
Still, records don’t matter when these two teams match up, and with the NFC North and a spot in the playoffs up for grabs, anything can happen.
As far as the spread is concerned, Bovada.lv has the Packers favored by three points over the Bears.
That’s a pretty small spread considering that Rodgers is back and this Bears team just gave up 54 points to the Eagles, but it may be a bit misleading as well. Like I said, anything can happen when these two teams matchup, and the game is in Chicago; where it looks like it’s expected to snow.
The over/under, according to Bovada, is 53.
Green Bay is scoring 25.6 per game while Chicago is averaging 27.8.
I would suggest going with the under though because of the possibility of snow and the fact that these two teams do play each other tough more often than not.