The Chicago Bears will travel to Lambeau Field to play the Green Bay Packers for their season finale. The Bears haven't played the Packers since their season opener, a 38-20 blowout loss.
While that wasn't the result they were hoping for, things are thankfully different this time around.
The Bears are red hot right now. They've currently won four of their last five games and haven't officially been eliminated from the playoffs. To make matters even better, the Bears clinched the No. 1 overall pick in next year's draft after the Carolina Panthers lost their 14th game of the season.
The Bears also clinched the first overall pick in last year's draft. It's the first time the Bears have had back-to-back first-overall draft picks in recent memory. Most teams in this position would go into the offseason in earnest. By ending the season on a good note and clinching two top 10 picks in next year's draft, that simply isn't the case.
The Bears are in a good spot right now. Beating their arch-nemesis in the season finale will only exemplify this optimistic vibe surrounding the Bears as we near the offseason.
In this article, we're going to take a look at the last three times the Bears beat the Packers. While the wins have been hard to come by against the Packers, we're confident this time just might be different.
Here are the last three times the Bears beat the Packers. Some of these are great games to reminisce on.