NFC North Power Rankings according to point differential

Where do the Packers stand after four weeks in terms of an offensive and defensive comparison?
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Through four weeks, the Green Bay Packers should feel anything but confident about the rest of the season at 2-2.

Having potentially more questions than answers at this point, Green Bay is going to look for a bounce-back and momentum-building game in Week 5, under the lights, against the Las Vegas Raiders.

It is still early, and the Packers have time to get a run of wins going. But, for right now, where do they stand amongst their NFC North peers when it comes to point differential? Let's get into our latest power rankings.

4. Chicago Bears (0-4)

Points For: 75

Points Against: 137

Well, this should be fairly obvious, but the Chicago Bears are not only last in the division with a record of 0-4 but they are by far and away last in point differential. So far, the Bears have only scored 75 total points through four weeks, but they have given up a whopping 137, second-most in football only to the Denver Broncos.

Last week saw some positives come out of Chicago, as Justin Fields had his best passing day as a pro, going for over 300 yards and four touchdowns through the air. But, the defense gave up a 28-7 lead which resulted in another loss for the Windy City.

Thursday night, the Bears take on the 2-2 Washington Commanders in a game that features another fairly low-producing offense behind young quarterback Sam Howell. If the Bears drop this one, I don't see any coming back from an 0-5 start, which would also likely cement them firmly at the bottom of these power rankings for the rest of the season.