The NFC’s street to the Super Bowl will experience Lambeau Field.

With the favorite in the NFC immovably in their grip since Week 14, the Green Bay Packers wrapped up the meeting’s No. 1 spot and just bye with a 35-16 win Sunday over the adversary Chicago Bears. Be that as it may, because of the Los Angeles Rams procuring a playoff spot by crushing the Arizona Cardinals, the Bears are likewise in the playoff games.

Adversaries should now confront the severe cold of a Wisconsin winter and the intensely hot Packers (13-3), who have won six of every a column heading into the postseason. Green Bay is 7-1 at home in 2020.

Unexpectedly since Super Bowl LIII, the Rams are back in the playoff games.

Down to the most recent seven day stretch of the ordinary season with their second-string quarterback John Wolford playing his first NFL game, the Rams secured a re-visitation of the playoff via overcoming the adversary Cardinals on Sunday. With the Cardinals’ misfortune, the Bears likewise procured a playoff spot.

Los Angeles (10-6) will presently focus on the opening round of the playoff games and ideally getting back quarterback Jared Goff, who went through a medical procedure on his wrecked and disjoined right thumb Monday. The Rams will play the NFC West hero Seattle Seahawks one weekend from now.

The Bears (8-8) re-visitation of the playoff games following a one-year rest notwithstanding moving in, with the misfortune to the Packers finishing their three-game series of wins. The No. 7 seed Bears will visit the New Orleans Saints.

The last leftover NFC playoff spot went to the Washington Football Team following its success over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night. Washington will play host to the fifth-cultivated Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Topics #Chicago Bears #Green Bay Packers #Los Angeles Rams