The last time these two powerhouses met, they played in the NFC Championship game, where Green Bay won 21-14.
The Bears (1-1) are coming off a horrible 30-13 loss to the New Orleans Saints, where Gabe Carimi, Major Wright and Earl Bennett all left the game injured. Safety Chris Harris also is injured, and the running and passing games are not producing.
Meanwhile, the Packers (2-0) have a quick start after winning Super Bowl XLV. Now healthy, the Pack Attack look to extend their winning streak to three straight over the Bears.
Here are five things to watch for when the game kicks off.