Not many surprises this week on the Chicago Bears injury report. Outside linebacker Leonard Floyd will miss the game after that scary collision last week, but the good news is there was no neck or spine issues. He is in the concussion protocol however.
Jay Cutler is listed as doubtful, but there’s no way he’s going to play after missing practice all week with an ailing shoulder. Matt Barkley will receive the start at quarterback on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans and David Fales will serve as the #2.
Left guard Josh Sitton is also listed as doubtful with the ankle injury he suffered against the New York Giants last Sunday. If Sitton can’t go, expect Eric Kush to pick up the start in his place.
Rookie corner Deiondre Hall was finally back practicing this week, albeit on a limited basis, and he’s listed as questionable. Linebacker Christian Jones and defensive lineman Mitch Unrein also practiced some this week and are also questionable.
Wide out Eddie Royal was held out of practice all week, but the Bears list him as questionable.
The other 11 Bears that popped up on the injury report this week are all good to go, meaning right tackle Bobby Massie should be back at his right tackle spot.
For the Titans, tight end Phillip Supernaw has been ruled out and safety Damien Stafford is questionable. And that’s it.
Offensive tackle Taylor Lewan, who couldn’t practice on Wednesday, recovered enough to practice in full on Friday and he wasn’t even listed on their injury report.