Week 15 2018: Packers at Bears
A few young players are establishing themselves as potentially significant contributors in 2019.
Green Bay fought back to make it a game with their NFC North rivals, but couldn’t overcome a handful of critical mistakes.
After struggling through two-plus quarters, the Packers have tied up the Bears at Soldier Field.
The Packers will have to lean on Jamaal Williams the rest of the way on Sunday.
The Packers will be missing a critical offensive lineman and will have no starting defensive linemen from their week one lineup active today.
Get ready for the Packers’ toughest remaining task with our Game Primer.
Robert of SB Nation’s Chicago Bears blog Windy City Gridiron predicts the outcome of Sunday’s game.
Tex joins Larry Dyer to preview Sunday’s renewal of the NFL’s oldest rivalry.
Green Bay is likely down an offensive lineman at least, while the Bears suddenly face the prospect of missing their biggest turnover machine on defense.
Robert of SB Nation’s Chicago Bears blog Windy City Gridiron answers our questions about Vic Fangio’s head-coaching prospects.
A majority of APC writers say no to that question.
Robert of SB Nation’s Chicago Bears blog Windy City Gridiron discusses Mitch Trubisky’s bumpy second season.
The second matchup between the Packers and Bears feels a little different than the first.
Robert of SB Nation’s Chicago Bears blog Windy City Gridiron discusses Matt Nagy’s debut season as a head coach.
If Clark’s injury is significant, that will be another huge blow to an already-thin Packers line.
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay offense returned to life against Atlanta, but we won’t know if that was real until they travel to Chicago.