2017 Week 4: Packers vs. Bears
It comes as no surprise that the Bears linebacker will be sitting for a time after his gruesome hit on Adams on Thursday night.
There are any number of ways to respond to being taken off the field in the middle of a football game, but one Packer appears to have taken the worst one on Thursday.
The Packers’ third running back gets a surprise workload, while the team shuffles the deck at cornerback once again.
The Packers got a terrific performance at left tackle by a player who had never played the position before.
Aaron Rodgers tosses four touchdowns Thursday night to lift an injury-riddled Green Bay squad
The Packers wideout took a brutal hit to the head in the third quarter but is conscious and moving.
Montgomery left the game after five carries in the first quarter.
Thankfully, one of the Packers’ key injured players is back tonight.
The Packers have a chance to take the all-time lead over the Bears for the first time in generations.
Our writers still think the Packers can emerge victorious tonight.
The Bears might be without their top interior lineman tonight.
There should be some value here in a Thursday Night Football game, where offense is sometimes difficult.
The Packers don't expect to have either of their starting offensive tackles for Thursday's tilt with the Bears.
Josh Sunderbruch of SB Nation's Chicago Bears blog Windy City Gridiron answers our questions about the Bears' improved defense, Mike Glennon's seemingly tenuous grip on his starting job, and what he expects from Bears vs. Packers.
Several notable Packers returned to full participation on Tuesday, though a few key individuals remained limited.