Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears picks, predictions: Who wins NFL Week 6 game?

Jeremy Cluff
Arizona Republic

The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears face off on Sunday in a Week 6 NFL game.

Which team will get the victory?

Check out these NFL Week 6 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 10 a.m. MST time on Fox.

The Packers are a 4.5-point favorite in the game.

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Pro Football Network: Packers 24, Bears 21

Ben Rolfe writes: "Coming off an emotional roller coaster in Week 5, the Packers could be there for the taking for the Bears. Chicago has been widely derided, but they have a real chance to show they are serious players in the NFC. Unfortunately, the Bears have won just one of their last 10 games against the Packers. Even with a fresh QB under center, that kind of streak against one of the best in Aaron Rodgers will be hard to snap."

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Sportsnaut: Packers 27, Bears 21

Matt Johnson writes: "At this point, Rodgers is co-owner of the Bears. He is 20-5 in his career against Chicago, boasting a 107.2 passer rating and a 55-10 TD-INT ratio. We have seen a much better version of the Bears in recent weeks, with the defense stepping up. But the gap in quarterback play is too much for Chicago to overcome."

Bears Wire: Packers will beat Bears in Week 6

Alyssa Barbieri writes: "Until Aaron Rodgers has officially left Green Bay — or the Bears offense proves they can put up 30-plus points — there’s no way I’m picking the Bears to defeat the Packers. Even at home."

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Top Bet: Packers 23, Bears 21

It writes: "The Packers survived an incredibly weird game in Week 5, scoring a 25-22 win in overtime on the road against the Cincinnati Bengals. Green Bay kicker Mason Crosby missed multiple crucial field-goal attempts but drilled the game-winner, nonetheless. Aaron Rodgers finished with 344 passing yards and two touchdowns with an interception on 27/39 completions. The Packers are dealing with key injuries, but they showed they have the depth to guide them to success. Chicago’s defense should be a threat to the Packers, but Rodgers has historically dominated the Bears. What’s another game to trust him to lead the Packers into another victory over a team he’s regularly victimized? Rodgers is 25-0 straight up in his career against the Bears. In those games, he has completed 66.7 percent of his passes and averaged 240.5 passing yards per game to go with a 6.9 TD% and 1.3 INT%."

Sportsnaut:  Bears will fall to Packers in Week 6

It writes: "For the Chicago Bears to have a shot against their rival, this needs to be a low-scoring game. That’s very possible with the way this defense is playing as of late, containing the pass and putting a ton of pressure on opposing quarterbacks. With that said, it would still be a surprise if the massive quarterback advantage didn’t determine this one."

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The Game Haus: Packers 24, Bears 17

Ben Hendricks writes: "Fans can only look at the Packers’ offense versus the Bears’ defense for clues to how this game might go. Rodgers has been able to overcome that stout defense more often than not, though. In fact, the Bears have only beaten Rodgers five times in his 13 years as a starter. Expect the trend to continue."

FiveThirtyEight.com: Packers have a 60% win probability

The site gives the Bears a 40% win probability in the NFL Week 6 game.

ESPN: Packers have a 60.2% chance to win

The site's Football Power Index gives the Bears a 39.5% chance to pick up the victory in the Week 6 NFL game.

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