The long wait is finally over. Green Bay Packers football returns and the Jordan Love era begins here.
Green Bay kicks off the regular season with a trip to Soldier Field for a matchup against the Chicago Bears. The league's oldest rivalry begins a new chapter now that Aaron Rodgers has left for the New York Jets.
While it's only Week 1, this is an important game. Divisional matchups always matter, but this one feels particularly crucial. The Packers aim to show they can remain competitive without Rodgers, while the Bears want to prove why they are now the better team.
What time is the Packers game today?
- Date: Sunday, September 10
- Time: 3:25 p.m. CT
- Location: Soldier Field
What channel is the Packers game on today?
- TV channel: FOX
- Announcers: Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Erin Andrews, Tom Rinaldi
NFL live stream for Packers vs. Bears
The Packers' season opener will be broadcast on FOX, but you can also watch a live stream of the game on fuboTV. You can sign up with a seven-day free trial.
Packers vs. Bears Week 1 injuries
- Packers rule out WR Christian Watson; WR Romeo Doubs is questionable
- Bears TE Robert Tonyan is questionable
Green Bay has ruled out wide receiver Christian Watson (hamstring). Wide receiver Romeo Doubs (hamstring) is questionable. Every other player on the roster is good to go, including left tackle David Bakhtiari and edge rusher Rashan Gary.
Packers vs. Bears matchup history
Green Bay leads the all-time series against Chicago 105-95-6.
The Packers have won their previous eight games against the Bears, all under head coach Matt LaFleur. Chicago has only beaten Green Bay once since the 2015 season.
Aaron Rodgers owned the Bears, but can the Packers continue their success in this rivalry without the four-time MVP? With Rodgers gone, the Bears will aim to become far more competitive in this divisional matchup.