The rivalry between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears has been around for nearly a century, but this Sunday, the stakes are a whole lot larger.
The two teams have met in the postseason just once before, a 33-14 Chicago win back on December 14, 1941. Never have the Packers and Bears matched up in the NFC Championship Game.
This weekend's battle at Soldier Field will determine which NFC North club will represent the conference in North Texas this February at Super Bowl XLV: the No. 6-seeded Green Bay Packers or the No. 2-seeded Chicago Bears.
No disrespect to the Bears, but this guy likes Green Bay to defeat Chicago on Sunday in the 182nd meeting between the bitter rivals. Here are 10 reasons why that might just happen.