The rivalry between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers is the longest-running and most storied that the National Football League has to offer.
According to Pro-Football-Reference.com, the teams first met Nov. 27, 1921, when the Chicago Staleys defeated the Packers 20-0. Since then, the teams have met 185 more times. The Bears hold a slight 92-88 edge, with six games ending in ties.
It was very difficult to narrow the 10 best moments between the two teams. Preference was given to the games in which the teams had the most on the line—the list is topped with their two playoff meetings.
This list includes two very large men scoring touchdowns, as well as one very small man finding the end zone. There are close games and unexpected blowouts, field goals that were made and ones that were blocked. Many of the games between the two teams changed the course of their seasons, if not their entire franchises.
The rivalry between the Bears and the Packers has been—and continues to be—the best the NFL has. They've had many memorable games in the past and will almost certainly have many more in the future.
Note: All statistics and scoring summaries courtesy of Pro-Football-Reference.com.