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5. The Pack won’t slack

The Green Bay Packers are formidable and are playing for a bye week. And better yet, to do so, they have to get past the Chicago Bears, one of the teams vying with the Rams and Arizona Cardinals for the sixth or seventh playoff berth in the NFC. While the Packers are in, they now face the likelihood of the Seattle Seahawks, who can claim the top seed in the NFC with a win over the San Francisco 49ers and a Packers loss.

That won’t happen.

The Green Bay Packers know that they have a tremendous advantage if they play post-season games on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field. And they also know the tremendous advantage of one more week of rest and one fewer game to get to the Super Bowl.

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Packers have no fear of Bears

The Green Bay Packers have a three-game winning streak going against the Chicago Bears and have no reason to change that this Sunday. In fact, they are on a bit of a roll, having won their last five games. That is the type of streak that carries over beautifully to the playoffs. That’s exactly what the Green Bay Packers are hoping for, and intend to do.

The Packers have no interest in traveling to either New Orleans or to Seattle in the post-season.  While cold weather teams can succeed in more temperate climates, warm weather teams do not always translate well into frozen snowy conditions. Beyond that, traveling in the US right now is fraught with safety and health precautions that, while intended to ensure the travelers’ well-being, can become quite taxing.