The Packers and Bears won't be getting crazy, which means no all-gold for Green Bay and no all-orange for Chicago, but the both teams will be rocking the one-color look.
For the Packers, they'll be wearing a uniform combination that features a white jersey and white pants.
Here's what that looks like when it's actually on a player:
What do you think of the Color Rush uniforms, Packers Nation? pic.twitter.com/MlYFebmdBK— Packers Nation (@GOPackersNation) September 13, 2016
The game against the Bears will mark the first time since 1989 that the Packers have worn their white jerseys at home. Twenty-seven years ago, the team wore gold pants with their white jerseys, which means Thursday night's game will mark the first time they've gone all-white.
On the Bears' end, they'll be going with a navy jersey and navy pants for the game.
Although the Bears don't wear the all-navy combination often, they have worn it before. The Bears actually unveiled the all-navy look back in 2002 for a Monday night game against the Packers.
Here's a look at both uniforms together:
Color Rush Oct. 20: Bears (dark navy) at Packers (white). pic.twitter.com/JnjnUef3zj— Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) September 13, 2016
To see these uniforms in action, make sure to tune-in to CBS for the Bears-Packers game on Thursday night (8:25 p.m. ET). The game will also be televised by NFL Network, and Twitter will have a free live stream.