The Packers took the all-time series lead for the first time since 1932 with a 35-14 triumph over Chicago on Thursday Night Football. Green Bay now holds a 95-94-6 edge in the series. Twice the Bears had taken a 24-game lead in the series.
Aaron Rodgers threw for four touchdowns, and snapped a three-game streak with an interception. Jordy Nelson caught a pair, including the clincher when he was open by more than 10 yards.