2016 Week 15: Packers vs. Bears
The APC writers sound off on Skip Bayless, a “balanced” offense, and the future of the Packers’ running backs.
Ty Montgomery put together a breakout performance against the Bears in week 15. Let’s take a closer look.
The Packers got their inside linebackers back this week, meaning that their safety was able to play safety again for the entire game.
Green Bay's win and Detroit's loss on Sunday opens up the race for the division once again.
Green Bay held off a furious fourth quarter comeback as the Packers win against their rival, the Chicago Bears.
The Packers will have their MVP quarterback today but the team has both of their backups playing as insurance.
Green Bay has often rolled with three quarteracks on the active roster late in the season, and they are doing so again now that their starter is banged up.
The Packers offense seeks a successful second act against the Bears defense, but Matt Barkley offers little counter hope in fantasy.
The Packers might be forced to give Ty Montgomery a bigger load in the offense by default this week, given injuries at the running back position.
The Packers listed double-digit players on their injury report on Wednesday, though a handful of players were still participating fully.