Win the game, win the NFC North and guarantee a playoff berth.
FOX6 will broadcast the game locally, and Packers fans will see if Clay Matthews — back in the lineup after missing four games with a hamstring injury — can energize an anemic pass rush and harass “Smokin’ Jay Cutler” into the same sort of performance he had in Week 2 in Green Bay.
In that game, Cutler threw four interceptions in a 23-10 Packers win.
Cutler will play in Sunday’s game despite a knee sprain, but key defensive players Brian Urlacher and Tim Jennings will miss the game.
After Sunday’s game with the Bears, the Packers finish the regular season with games at home against Tennessee (noon Dec. 23) and at Minnesota (noon, Dec. 30).