Bears and Packers Have a Long Monday Night Football History


The Bears and Packers have the longest running rivalry in the NFL with the Bears leading the all-time series 91-82-6.  Even though the Bears won their last meeting against the Packers on Monday Night Football in the coldest game ever in Soldier Field back in December of 2008, recent history is against them in this classic matchup.  Here’s how the Bears and Packers stack up when matched up on Monday Night Football:

10-21-1974Packers 9Bears 10Soldier Field
10-21-1985Packers 7Bears 23Soldier Field
9-22-1986Bears 25Packers 12Lambeau Field
10-31-1994Packers 33Bears 6Soldier Field
9-11-1995Packers 27Bears 24Soldier Field
9-1-1997Bears 24Packers 38Lambeau Field
10-7-2002Packers 34Bears 21Memorial Stadium (Champaign, Illnois)
9-29-2003Packers 38Bears 23Soldier Field
12-22-2008Packers 17Bears 20Soldier Field

Before their December 2008 victory, the Bears were riding a 5 game losing streak dating back to 1986.   A win on Monday night will pull the all-time MNF matchup even at 5 wins apiece.  More importantly, winner gets early control of the NFC North.