Advantage Packers in Oldest Rivalry

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The Chicago Bears couldn’t hide their disdain for the Green Bay Packers this week, which isn’t surprising with the way the NFL’s oldest rivalry has played out in recent years.

“I really dislike the Green Bay Packers and their players,” Bears receiver Brandon Marshall said on Wednesday

Considering how the Packers have dominated the series over the past four seasons, no wonder the Bears are feeling agitated.

The Packers have beaten the Bears five straight games and seven of the past eight, including the battle for the NFC championship two years ago with a Super Bowl berth on the line.

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