Packers At Bears Odds: NFL’s Oldest Rivalry Resumes In Week 6

Written By Russ Mitchell on October 14, 2021

Based on recent results, the Green Bay Packers have the Chicago Bears where they want them in NFL Week 6.

Soldier Field seems to be the summer home for the Green Bay team. The Packers have won 22 of the last 27 in Chicago, including a playoff game. The teams will be squaring off for the 203rd time on Sunday. Green Bay holds a 101-95-6 edge.

Packers-Bears point spread, moneyline

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How to watch: Green Bay at Chicago in Week 6

  • What: Green Bay (41) at Chicago (32)
  • When: Noon on Sunday
  • Where: Soldier Field in Chicago
  • TV: Fox

The Packers escaped with a wild 25-22 overtime win over Cincinnati on Sunday. Kicker Mason Crosby missed a pair of field goals in the final 2:12 of regulation, plus another one in overtime. But he connected on a 49-yard, game-ending kick to send fans who bet on the Packers home happy.

On Sunday, the Bears were underdogs in their business trip to Las Vegas, but they cashed in with a 20-9 win in Jon Gruden’s last game with the Raiders.

A Chicago win would allow the Bears to catch the Packers for the lead in the NFC North. A Packers win would give Green Bay at least a two-game lead over everyone else in the division.

NFL betting odds Week 6: Schedule and viewing guide

Another London game means fans have a TV quadruple-header for the second week in a row. The Dolphins and Jaguars have combined for one whole win — sorry about that, UK. The Falcons, Saints, Jets and 49ers are on a bye, so set your fantasy football lineups accordingly.

Thursday

  • 7:20 p.m.Tampa Bay (4-1) at Philadelphia (2-3) (Fox/NFL Network)

8:30 a.m. Sunday

  • Miami (1-4) vs. Jacksonville (0-5) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London (CBS)

Sunday (noon window)

  • Green Bay (4-1) at Chicago (3-2) (Fox)
  • Cincinnati (3-2) at Detroit (0-5) (Fox)
  • Houston (1-4) at Indianapolis (1-4) (CBS)
  • LA Rams (4-1) at NY Giants (1-4) (Fox)
  • Kansas City (2-3) at Washington (2-3) (CBS)
  • Minnesota (2-3) at Carolina (3-2) (Fox)
  • LA Chargers (4-1) at Baltimore (4-1) (CBS)

Sunday (late window)

  • 3:05 p.m. — Arizona (5-0) at Cleveland (3-2) (Fox)
  • 3:25 p.m. — Las Vegas (3-2) at Denver (3-2) (CBS)
  • 3:25 p.m. — Dallas (4-1) at New England (2-3) (CBS)

Sunday Night Football

  • 7:20 p.m. — Seattle (2-3) at Pittsburgh (2-3) (NBC)

Monday Night Football

  • 7:15 p.m. — Buffalo (4-1) at Tennessee (3-2) (ESPN)
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Russ Mitchell has been covering news and sports in northwest Iowa since 1997, including 11 years as managing editor for one of the most acclaimed community newspapers in the state. He looks forward to keeping readers up to date on the growing sportsbook industry in Iowa.

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