Bears face Packers at Lambeau Field for Thursday Night Football

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GREEN BAY, Wisc. — The Chicago Bears are headed to Lambeau Field to face off against the Green Bay Packers tonight.

The Bears are hoping for redemption after blowing a 13-point fourth quarter lead last Sunday at home against the Jaguars.

This loss dropped the Bears record to 1-5.

Back-up quarterback Brian Hoyer has continued to run the offense in an efficient manner with no turnovers. However, it seems the offense just cant score.

Hoyer has been the third most accurate passer after completing almost 69 percent of his attempts since taking over for injured Cutler.

As of now, the Bears are 31st in the league out of 32 teams in scoring, which is shocking because they are ranked seventh in offensive yardage.

The Bears hope the can pull out a win against the Packers, who have not been playing that great either.

Packer’s star quarterback Aaron Rodgers hasn’t been performing like a former MVP, even though his team is second place in the NFC North with a record of 3-2.

The Bears and Packers continue the rivalry tonight at 8:25 p.m.