The Packers held the Bears to three points and intercepted Jay Cutler twice in their 10-3 victory at Lambeau Field on Jan. 2. But it wasn't a perfect effort. The Bears still rushed for 110 yards on 20 carries. Matt Forte had rushes for 21 and 25 yards on successive plays and finished with 91 yards on 15 carries.
''Forte had too many yards on us,'' Packers nose tackle B.J. Raji said. ''So we're going to try and shut that down this game and do what we do.''
The Packers sacked Jay Cutler three times in the first game and six times in the second.
''When we have the opportunities we have to get him,'' Raji said. ''We're very capable of that. The stats speak for themselves. Cutler's a good quarterback. He's pretty mobile. But he has shown with pressure he has made some bad decisions.''
Raji stopped short of saying the Packers defense has an edge over the Bears.
''I wouldn't say we have an edge, but I can say this: I have confidence in the guys that I play with. And when we execute our scheme we're one of the best in the league.''