Leon Halip/Getty Images(CHICAGO) -- Down four with less than eight minutes to go, the Detroit Lions scored 10 unanswered points to beat the Chicago Bears 20-14 Sunday.
The Lions (11-4) will now take on the Packers in Green Bay next Sunday with the winner earning the NFC North championship.
The Bears (5-10) started Jimmy Clausen at quarterback. He completed 23 of 39 passes for 181 yards, logging two touchdowns and an interception in the loss.
Calvin Johnson caught six passes for 103 yards in the win.
"This is what we play for," Lions receiver Calvin Johnson said. "We're right there on the door step, we have one more task ahead of us and that's to go out next week and get another W."
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford threw for 243 yards, putting him over 4,000 yards for the fourth straight year.
If the Lions win next week in Green Bay, they will have their highest win total since 1991.
Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio