October 7th, 2007: Bears come back to hand the Packers one of only three losses in 2007 with a 27-20 victory…
The Packers jumped out to a 4-0 start in 2007. The Bears on the other hand stumbled out of the gate. Grossman was benched after three games in favor of Brian Griese.
Green Bay jumped out to a 20-10 lead in the third quarter and had Chicago staring at a 1-4 start in the face.
Instead, the Bears rallied back thanks in a large part to five Green Bay turnovers.
Favre threw an interception to Brian Urlacher in the third quarter that let the Chicago Bears back into the game. Chicago took advantage when on the next play, Griese found Greg Olsen for a 19-yard touchdown.
The Bears later tied the game in the fourth quarter and pulled ahead with 2:05 left in the game when Griese connected with Desmond Clark for the winning touchdown.
Favre drove the Packers into Bears territory but threw a game-ending interception.
It would be the last time Lovie Smith led a Bears team to victory in Green Bay. The Packers lost only three games that season with two of them coming courtesy of the Chicago Bears.
November 26th, 2015: Bears spoil Favre’s number retirement ceremony with a 17-13 win…
It was a rainy Thanksgiving night at Lambeau. The Packers were honoring Favre at halftime by retiring his number four.
Green Bay seemed poised to honor its legend with a win on an account of winning 10 of the last 12 meetings between the two rivals. Also, Jay Cutler never won at Lambeau. Aaron Rodgers was in the middle of gaining his ownership over Chicago.
The rain along with Cutler’s 200 yards passing and no interceptions spoiled all that.
The Bears’ defense held Rodgers to just 202 passing yards. Rodgers had a chance to pull off another comeback win against Chicago. It was not to be as his fourth-down pass to Davante Adams in the endzone with eight seconds left went incomplete. Cutler finally won at his personal house of horrors.