The Green Bay Packers made the NFL playoffs while the Chicago Bears didn't. However, they'll both be watching this year's Super Bowl from home after the top-seeded Packers (13-5) fell to the San Francisco 49ers (12-7) 13-10 at Lambeau Field on Jan. 22.
Former Bear kicker Robbie Gould made a 45-yarder to win as time expired.
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers' postseason record fell to 0-4 against the 49ers, according to Yahoo! Sports. The website added that the Packers fell to a 49ers team led by a lame-duck quarterback in Jimmy Garoppolo, just before an offseason of potentially sweeping change on the roster.
According to the official Packers website, Rodgers was 20-of-29 for 225 yards and a 91.9 passer rating; Garoppolo was 11-of-19 for 131 yards with an interception for a 57.1 rating.
"I don't know. That's a fair question," Rodgers said of the possibility of still being able to win a Super Bowl with the Packers. "Definitely one I've thought about. But there are a lot of decisions to be made."
Rodgers has been making news off the field for everything from his stint as a host on the game show Jeopardy! to his controversial statements about COVID vaccines.
The 49ers now advance to the NFC championship game.