Huge game this Sunday for both the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers, as the Bears are looking for a win to punch their ticket to the postseason, while Green Bay needs a win to ensure the number one seed, and the bye that goes with it, in the NFC.
Neither team will be full strength, with the Bears already ruling corner Jaylon Johnson and nickel Buster Skrine both out. They also have five questionable players; safeties Deon Bush (foot) and Tashaun Gipson Sr. (neck), tight ends Demetrius Harris (foot) and Cole Kmet (shoulder), and wide out/running back Cordarrelle Patterson (knee).
Bush, Harris, and Kmet were all limited at today’s practice, but Gipson and Patterson both practiced in full.
The big news for the Packers is losing left tackle David Bakhtiari to a knee injury at yesterday’s practice and they’ll be without him the remainder of this season.
Also ruled out is defensive lineman Kingsley Keke, and ruled as questionable is guard Simon Stepaniak, who practiced all week, so I would guess he’s able to play.