The injury-riddled Chicago Bears (4-3), without starting quarterback Jay Cutler and veteran linebacker Lance Briggs, travel to Lambeau Field to face its bitter NFC North rival, the Green Bay Packers (5-2), who have also dealt with a variety of injuries this season, on Monday Night Football.
Game Time: 8:40 p.m. ET
Online: Audio Pass | Game Rewind
Odds: Packers -10
How will veteran backup quarterback Josh McCown having to start hamper the Bears offense, or will the team still be able to execute at the same efficiency as with Cutler? Will the absence of Cutler mean that Matt Forte and the other Chicago running backs get more carries? How will the Bears stop Aaron Rodgers and the highly efficient offense the Packers run, especially now that the team has a running game led by rookie Eddie Lacy it hasn't had in years? Use this as an Open Thread to discuss the action.