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'Thursday Night Football' food face-off: Vikings at Packers

This week, we compare local Minnesota and Green Bay food recipes with a focus on burgers. Which would you choose?

Packers' Josh Sitton hates Thursday games

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Count Josh Sitton among those not enamored with the NFL's Thursday night package. Two days before his Green Bay Packers play the rival Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field, the veteran guard didn't hold back when asked...Show More Summary

Aaron Rodgers says Teddy Bridgewater, other rookie QBs 'more prepared'

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- The three-year apprenticeship Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers served before taking over the starting job from Brett Favre -- and the tumultuous circumstances in which Rodgers eventually succeeded Favre...Show More Summary

Packers and Bears Play 2nd Punt-Less Game in NFL History

The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears played a unique contest Sunday, making it through an entire game without a punt for just the second time in NFL history, per ESPN Stats & Info. Given the unique circumstances, Sunday's game wasn't...Show More Summary

Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers: Spread Analysis and Pick Prediction

The Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers are both coming off huge wins last week and will meet at Lambeau Field on Thursday Night Football for the first time since they tied 26-26 there last year. The Packers beat the Chicago Bears...Show More Summary

Greg Jennings' latest comments might not sit well with Green Bay Packers fans

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- If Green Bay Packers fans didn't like what Ryan Longwell once said about Green Bay's dining scene, they probably won't be happy when they hear what Greg Jennings likes most about his new life in Minnesota. In a conference...Show More Summary

What we learned about the Bears in Week 4

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The Chicago Bears' defense offered little resistance Sunday in a 38-17 home loss to the Green Bay Packers. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers got the Packers' offense healthy, and the Bears missed an opportunity to pull two games ahead of the champs in the NFC North Division standings. 

Brett Favre 'Gets His Groom Back' in Male Grooming Product Commercial

Brett Favre's days of playing football may be over, but his endorsement career is still going strong. The 44-year-old has been spotted with a solid beard and relatively long hair this year. It is possible the former Green Bay Packers...Show More Summary

The Film Don't Lie: Packers

A weekly look at what the Green Bay Packers must fix: It's not just that the Packers allowed the Chicago Bears to rush for 235 yards on Sunday at Soldier Field, but it's how it happened. Nearly two-thirds of that came before the Packers even laid a hand on anyone. Show More Summary

Aaron Rodgers Is King of the NFC North

Since he became a starting quarterback in 2008, Aaron Rodgers has led the Green Bay Packers to the postseason five times and also led the team to a win in Super Bowl XLV, when he was named the MVP of the game. In that time, the Packers...Show More Summary

Green Bay Packers' Biggest Disappointments at Season's Quarter Mark

One-quarter of the way into the season, the 2-2 Green Bay Packers have finally started to hit their groove. Everything hasn't gone according to plan for the squad up to this point, though. Both on offense and defense, there have been...Show More Summary

Vikings vs. Packers: TV Info, Spread, Injury Updates, Game Time and More

A new-look NFC North rivalry takes center stage on the Week 5 edition of Thursday Night Football when the Minnesota Vikings take on the Green Bay Packers. Minnesota rests at 2-2 but has new life behind the arm of rookie quarterback Teddy...Show More Summary

Packers' run defense bottoms out

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- No one had to tell the Green Bay Packers where their run defense was ranked after Sunday's win over the Chicago Bears. "I'm aware what the numbers are," coach Mike McCarthy said Monday. "Nobody likes it." The Packers'...Show More Summary

Packers injury report: Clay Matthews should be good to go despite short week

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Green Bay Packers had Clay Matthews on a limited snap count in Sunday’s game at the Chicago Bears. And it would have been that way even if the Packers did not have a Thursday game against the Minnesota Vikings to follow this week. "I'm not saving players for anyone," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Monday. Show More Summary

Packers' Aaron Rodgers Reaches 25,000 Career Passing Yards

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers recorded his 25,000th career passing yard during Sunday's 38-17 win over the Chicago Bears, becoming the fastest player in NFL history (in terms of passing attempts) to reach the mark, per ESPN's Adam Caplan. Rodgers now has 25,196 career yards on 3,085 passes, good for an incredible 8.2 yards per attempt. Show More Summary

Green Bay Packers Become 2nd Franchise with 700 Wins

With Sunday's 38-17 trouncing of the arch-rival Chicago Bears, the Green Bay Packers became the second franchise to win 700 regular-season games, joining none other than their hated rivals in the Windy City, per Mike Jurecki of Fox Sports...Show More Summary

Marc Trestman: Can't pin Jay Cutler's 2nd INT on Brandon Marshall

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Initially, Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman described Jay Cutler's second interception in Week 4’s 38-17 home loss to the Green Bay Packers as a miscommunication between Cutler and wide receiver Brandon Marshall,...Show More Summary

Monday with Martellus: Tight end puts unique spin on Bears' loss

The sting of Sunday’s 38-17 home loss to the Green Bay Packers clearly didn’t temper the enthusiasm of Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett, who met with reporters Monday at Halas Hall to recap the defeat. As usual, Bennett was his loquacious self, offering plenty of insight...

The Chicago Bears Used An Awesome Trick Play For A Touchdown On Sunday

The Chicago Bears lost their matchup against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. However, in the second quarter, the Bears temporarily took the lead with an awesome play design that got wide receiver Alshon Jeffery a touchdown. Jeffery began the play lined up wide left, along with his defender. Show More Summary

10 thoughts after Bears' loss to Packers

Ten thoughts after the Green Bay Packers defeated the Chicago Bears for the fifth consecutive time at Soldier Field, winning 38-17 on Sunday.

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