Good news! Josh Sitton will play and start for the Packers. Plus, T.J. Lang moves back to LG!
This is one of the more important games in recent history for the Bears and the Packers. Winning means the end of the NFC North race and a crippling blow the our enemy's playoff chances. Here are five keys to pulling this critical victory.
This week has been a bit different of a Packers vs. Bears week with all the trash talking and the high stakes nature of this game. If the Packers are going to live up to the hype of this game they are going to need these five players to have a good
Brandon Marshall will likely see double coverage all day, meaning Alshon Jeffery's performance against man coverage will be important for the Bears this Sunday.
The Chicago Bears have struggled against the run as of late, and this has not been helped by the move of Nick Roach to MLB because of the injury to Brian Urlacher. Can Alex Green and the Packers take advantage of this with their improved run game?
Brandon Marshall wasn't the only Bear to talk a big game on Wednesday. J'Marcus Webb also joined in the chorus, promising a big game on Sunday. Can he stop the returning Clay Mathews?
This game looks like the classic trap game for the Packers. To overcome this problem the Packers will have to win in the trenches, tackle well, and get their offense going with the quick passing game.