Week 15 of the 2018 season
On December 16, 2018, the Bears narrowly beat the Packers at Solider Field, 24-17. It's been a good five seasons since the Bears have won against the Packers.
This Christmas-time victory helped the Bears get to 10-4. They won their last two games of the season for a 12-4 record, their best win-loss record since 2006 and the Lovie Smith era.
First-year head coach Matt Nagy won Coach of the Year in a landslide and young quarterback Mitch Trubisky looked like a solid starter, throwing six touchdowns against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and finishing the year as a Pro Bowl alternate.
Their hard-hitting defense was led by newly acquired linebacker Khalil Mack, who helped the Bears become a top-ranked defense in the league that season while gaining votes for Defensive Player of the Year.
Eight Bears players received Pro Bowl nods and the team looked like a Super Bowl contender. While they lost in the Wild Card round to the Philadelphia Eagles in the Double Doink Game, this was the Bears' best season in recent memory.
The Bears will most definitely get back to this level of play. Another win against the Packers could be the finish they need to give them confidence for next season.