Testing the health and resolve of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers involves one thing — and one thing only — from the Bears in the eyes of defensive end Shea McClellin.

‘‘Hit ’em,’’ McClellin said.

“That’s how you rattle any quarterback. Get pressure on them.’’

McClellin just might get some star-like treatment Sunday because no player has shaken up the NFC North more than him this season. His collarbone-breaking sack of Rodgers in the first quarter of the Bears’ 27-20 victory on Nov. 4 at Lambeau Field granted the Detroit Lions and Bears second chances they didn’t even need at that point in the season and arguably put the division down the wacky, unpredictable path that has culminated in this winner-take-all game between the Packers and Bears at Soldier Field.