Current quarterback Aaron Rodgers had missed weeks and weeks with a collarbone injury suffered earlier in the season against the Bears.
Just a couple days before the big game, he announced he would be healthy enough to play. He shook off a rusty start and threw the game-winning score with just 38 seconds left in the game.
Once again, the rival Packers had stomped the life out of Chicago's season.
The game created a new rivalry chapter and fresh heartache for all the Bears fans who care a little too much about their team.
It's safe to say like any respectable Bears fan, I will be rooting for anyone but the Packers in the postseason.
Paul Hines is the sports editor at the Register-News.