While attending a luncheon last Wednesday, Mike McCarthy got fans pumped up for the Packers' Sept. 13 game in Chicago.
"We will proudly stand as the 95th team in the history of the Green Bay Packers when we kick Chicago's (expletive)," McCarthy said.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers torched the Bears for six touchdown passes in a 55-14 victory in a Nov. 9 matchup. The Packers beat the Bears 38-17 on Sept. 28.
Fox reflected on last year's loss Monday at Halas Hall.
"I looked at the tape," Fox told the Chicago Tribune. "They should be confident."
A Bears fan, who named his brain tumor "Aaron Rodgers" will also attend the Sept. 13 matchup.
The 14-year-old Bears fan said he named the tumor after the quarterback "because, he said, Rodgers always beats the Bears and Reyes wants to win this time," according to ESPN.
The Packers have beaten the Bears three consecutive times. Its last loss to Chicago came Nov. 4, 2013 in Green Bay. Chicago leads the all-time series 92-90-6.