By MARK ECKEL
The NFL’s oldest rivalry will have postseason consequences for both teams for only the third time this century when the Green Bay Packers visit the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field Sunday.
This will be 198th meeting between the two NFC rivals — the Packers hold a 97-94-6 advantage in the series — and the most important battle since 2013.
If the Bears (9-4) can beat their rivals they will clinch the NFC North title for the first time since 2010 and also eliminate the Packers (5-7-1) from the postseason. Should the Packers, a 5 1/2-point underdog, pull off the upset they wo...
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