When was the last time the Bears beat the Packers?


The Green Bay Packers easily beat an overmatched Chicago Bears team on Sunday Night Football. And if it feels like the Packers win a lot of these games, it's cause they do.

"Now, we've won 104 times against them," Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said after the game. "I think everybody in Green Bay is counting."

So when exactly was the last time the Bears beat the Packers?

The last time the Bears beat the Packers was in 2018 at Soldier Field, but Chicago hasn't beaten Green Bay at Lambeau Field since 2015. 

Sept. 18, 2022PackersBears27-10Lambeau Field
Dec. 21, 2021PackersBears45-30Lambeau Field
Oct. 17, 2021PackersBears24-14Soldier Field
Jan. 3, 2021PackersBears35-16Soldier Field
Nov. 29, 2020PackersBears41-25Lambeau Field
Dec. 5, 2019PackersBears21-13Lambeau Field
Sept. 5, 2019PackersBears10-3Soldier Field
Dec. 16, 2018BearsPackers24-17Soldier Field
Sept. 9, 2018PackersBears24-23Lambeau Field
Nov. 12, 2017PackersBears23-16Soldier Field
Sept. 28, 2017PackersBears35-14Lambeau Field
Dec. 18, 2016PackersBears30-27Soldier Field
Oct. 20, 2016PackersBears26-10Lambeau Field
Nov. 26, 2015BearsPackers17-13Lambeau Field
Sept. 13, 2015PackersBears31-23Soldier Field

Sunday night tallied another all-time win for the Packers against the Bears, and the seventh-consecutive Green Bay win. 

After a thrilling Week 1 win in the rain over the San Francisco 49ers, the Bears disappointed at Lambeau Field with a 27-10 loss. 

Justin Fields completed seven passes for 70 yards, earning a passer rating of 43.8. He was able to score a rushing touchdown, but a controversial call at the goal line near the end of the fourth quarter put a damper on the team's odds of narrowing the two-possession gap. 

In the same number of drives as the Packers, the Bears came away with 228 total offensive yards and a lowly 11 first downs. The Bears' offense controlled the ball for 15 game minutes less than the Packers. 

It was a long, treacherous night for the Bears. In the end, it resulted in evidence of Rodgers' statement last season at Soldier Field.

"I own you."

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