Well, they certainly never make it easy on us. Let's take one final look back at the Pack's big win on Sunday over the Chicago Bears - except for the final play. We don't need to relive that heart attack again, do we?
Even though it was a night to forget, at least it was a final result to remember, as the Green Bay Packers ground out a road win against a rattled and rusty Mitch Trubisky and the Chicago Bears, 10-3. Here are our favorite images from the night.
There's still over 24 hours to go until the Packers open up the 2019-20 NFL season against the rival Chicago Bears, but the smack talk between the two has started early thanks to a pretty terrific star-studded promo for Thursday night's matchup.
The Wisconsin sports slate is loaded right now, with the Bucks, the Brewers, the Hauser brothers drama and, now, the Packers 2019 schedule. Here are some quick thoughts on the upcoming slate.
Since their first meeting in 1921, the Packers and Bears have played a total of 195 games, and, heading into tonight's contest, the record between the two teams stands even at 94-94-6. If Green Bay wins, it will move ahead in the all-time series.
The Thursday Night Football showdown on Sept. 28 between the NFL's oldest rivals, Green Bay and Chicago, will be streamed by Amazon to a global audience, the first of 10 games available to Prime Video members as part of a new partnership. But you can still watch it on regular TV, too.
Despite some of our sacrilegious, seemingly pro-Chicago content the past couple weeks, we here at OnMilwaukee love the Brewers and don't like the Cubs, who, as we predicted, won the World Series or whatever. But there's one thing to always remember, Wisconsin.
A dynamic, dual-level establishment at 223 N. Water St. that features a Wisconsin theme on the main floor and an Illinois theme downstairs, Rivalry opened Thursday night for the Packers-Bears game. It's not the sports bar you're expecting. It's the one you didn't even know you would like.
The Green Bay Packers will have to wear a Color Rush uniform during their Thursday night spat with the Chicago Bears on Oct. 20. Thankfully, the revealed jersey is nowhere near the brightly colored nightmare it could've been.
The Packers released punter Tim Masthay on Tuesday after six seasons in Green Bay. Ever modest - in personality and finances - he was well liked among fans and media. Here are my three favorite memories of Masthay, including how he helped Green Bay to the Super Bowl.
Longtime Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman, who retired earlier in the day, threw out the ceremonial first pitch Friday evening in Milwaukee, delighting the Cubs fans who'd invaded Miller Park (aka Wrigley Field North). Cool, Brewers.
Although the Negro National League Milwaukee Bears hardly existed for one season and got haphazard coverage from local media, the team isn't forgotten. A group of Marquette University students are attempting to bring some belated attention to the Bears.
First Ditka da Bear, then Ragnar the Viking. If this season has taught us anything, it's that when an NFC North rival's mascot wears Packers colors, the Packers lose.
Yesterday, SABMiller - that's Miller Brewing to you and me - finally caved to the ever more suggestive wooing, and agreed to become the bride of Anheuser-Busch (that's the Cardinals to you and me) to the tune of $106 billion. That got us thinking about some other potential Milwaukee and Wisconsin marriages.
With Sunday's victory, Green Bay continued its recent dominance over its oldest rival. The Packers have won four in a row against Chicago, as well as 10 of the last 11 games between the two NFC North foes. Here are the five biggest takeaways from Green Bay's 31-23 win.