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Bennett had his best game of the season against the Packers back in Week 4.
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It’s not a stretch to say the Bears season is on the line heading into Lambeau.
Against an elite quarterback in Aaron Rodgers, Chicago must be efficient offensively.
“When you’re 3-5, there’s got to be a little desperation in there,” Aaron Rodgers says.
Both the Bears and Packers are dealing with injuries along the offensive line.
Matt Slauson, Eben Britton and Darryl Sharpton have been ruled out against the Packers.
The Jordy Nelson-Kyle Fuller matchup will be key.
History tells us Mike McCarthy turns to the run more often in November.
Martellus Bennett was limited at Thursday’s practice with a rib injury.
Forte knows the Bears need to run the football Sunday night to beat the Packers.
With the end near, does Briggs remember all that the Bears have done for him?
Jordy Nelson is a coverage-dictating receiver for the Packers who takes two defenders to slow.
Green Bay doesn’t over-analyze leadership like Chicago does, and its approach works.
Also, Jordan Mills was back at his customary right tackle spot Wednesday.
“I understand this is probably my last year as a Chicago Bear,” Lance Briggs says.
An offensive line shuffle has been the biggest practical change for Chicago.
“We have his back,” Bears tackle Jermon Bushrod says of coach Marc Trestman.
“The support in this building has been outstanding,” Bears coach Marc Trestman said
Lance Briggs is dealing with a rib injury, while Kyle Fuller has a broken hand and a hip pointer.