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Bears Clinch Division Title, Beat Packers at Soldier Field

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The Chicago Bears have won the NFC North crown after beating the Green Bay Packers 24-17 at Soldier Field. 

The win gives the Bears their first division championship since 2010, which is also the last time the team reached the postseason. 

Mitchell Trubisky threw for 235 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Aaron Rodgers threw for 274 yards and an interception in the losing effort for Green Bay. 

Khalil Mack ended the game with two and a half sacks, and the Bears took Rodgers down five times in the game. 

The Packers had a chance late in the fourth quarter in the red zone, but Rodgers threw an interception into the arms of Eddie Jackson, snapping a streak of 402 straight passes without an interception. 

The Bears will next take the field against the San Francisco 49'ers. 

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