Packers Game Today: Packers vs. Bears injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live stream, TV channel

Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) /

The Green Bay Packers are back at Lambeau Field following their bye week, and they host the division-rival Chicago Bears.

With five straight wins over the Bears, Matt LaFleur’s team knows another on Sunday Night Football will take them a step closer to the NFC North title.

As expected, Green Bay enters this week’s contest as big favorites.

Packers injury report vs. Bears Week 14

Green Bay has ruled out left tackle David Bakhtiari and wide receiver Randall Cobb for this game. Bakhtiari continues his recovery from a torn ACL, while Cobb will miss some time after suffering a core injury.

Packers vs. Bears odds, spread, over/under & betting pick Week 14

Green Bay has played in its share of close games this season, but that’s not the expectation here. WynnBET’s latest odds have the Packers as 12.5-point favorites over the Bears on Sunday night. The over/under for the divisional showdown is 43.0 points.

Green Bay has often covered the spread this season. At home, coming off its bye week, and given Chicago’s struggles to score points, this is a game we could see the Packers win by a couple of touchdowns.

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What channel is the Packers game on Week 14

This game will be played on Sunday Night Football on NBC.

Packers vs. Bears live stream

You can watch a live stream of the game on Fubo TV.

Packers next game and schedule

Five games remain on Green Bay’s schedule, and three of them will be played at Lambeau Field. All three take place in the next four weeks. After playing so many road games in the first half of the season, this is a real opportunity for Green Bay to push on and pile up the victories at home. It could make all the difference in the race for the top seed in the NFC.

Week 15: at Baltimore

Week 16: Cleveland (Christmas Day)

Week 17: Minnesota

Week 18: at Detroit