While the Green Sound Packers and Chicago Bears have the NFL's most established and most often played contention, the new long stretches of the competition have been emphatically unbalanced in Green Narrows' approval.

Brett Favre had a 22-10 record against Chicago in his experience as Green Narrows' quarterback. His replacement, Aaron Rodgers, entered Sunday's down with a 23-5 detriment for the Bears. That is currently 24-5.

Rodgers was 19-for-25 in Week 2's down on Sunday night, passing for 234 yards with two scores, no captures and a 131.1 passer rating.

Chicago began solid, opening up a 7-3 lead after the principal quarter yet that didn't keep going long. The Packers immediately assumed command, outscoring the Bears 21-0 in the subsequent quarter. 

Chicago did momentarily take steps to make the game fascinating in the final quarter, it didn't work out.

The Packers left away with a 27-10 win. That was Green Narrows' seventh consecutive win in the series and during that time, the Packers have outscored the Bears by a normal of in excess of 13 places.

Considering all of that, numerous NFL fans couldn't resist the opportunity to take note of the amount Sunday felt like a rerun.

Anyway outstanding as the dispute is by all accounts, it's hard to blame anyone for feeling that it's gotten to some degree dormant and dull. The general count of the opposition is close, with Green Inlet holding a 104-95-6 edge.

Be that as it may, the latest years have been everything except close.