Aaron Rodgers said that he likes to play in the soldier’s field. Why didn’t he?
The Packers quarterback is 9-3 there, including eight victories in the past nine games, and has dropped 19 touchdowns and 8 interceptions.
Rodgers passed Chicago Sun Times. “From the grass to hearing their favorite son sing the national anthem many times, all this is different, the crowd is crazy. These nuances over the years have made this place a very special environment, and I really respect the organization. , The fan base and their team. I am very excited about this week’s test.”
However, this time the bear market will not have a complete soldier zone to help them fight their hated opponents. Chicago needs to win to enter the playoffs, and the Packers are fighting for the first seed.
Rodgers said: “There will definitely be a lot of fans playing here,” “I thank those fans. This is a great sports town. Over the years, I really enjoy playing there.”
In the beginning and end of the game, Rogers had a 20-4 record against the Bears. Since 1992, in Brett Favre and Rodgers in charge of the Packers, Green Bay has a 41-15 record against the Bears.
The Packers defeated Bears 41-25 at Lambeau Field in Week 12.
Rogers said: “I don’t think you need to add any extra motivation to this game.” “Both teams are in danger. We came a few weeks ago. Since then, their performance has been much better. We know what kind of game this will be.”