Sunday, September 28, 1:00 PM on FOX, Soldier Field, Chicago, IllinoisThe Bears are on something of a roll after getting off to a pretty slow start in week 1. Turnovers killed them against the Buffalo Bills, but in the victories against the San Francisco 49ers and the NY Jets, it has been the Bears defense that has been big on the turnover side of things. That has helped propel the team to a 2-1 record and a share of the division lead with the Detroit Lions. To say that the Green Bay Packers have been miss-firing so far is putting things a little too mildly. They were blown out by the Super Bowl champs the Seattle Seahawks in Week 1, before seeming to turn things around in Week 2 with a come from behind win against the NY Jets. Ant perceived signs of life were snuffed out in week 3 with a 7-19 loss to the Detroit Lions. The Packers could be in real trouble if they drop this game on Sunday, as a 1-3 start is historically difficult to recover from. Green Bay has never experienced a 1-3 start, but it has also been a long time since they have had this many problems on both sides of the ball. Of particular distress to the Lambeau faithful is their seeming inability to move the ball on offense.
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