Any one of Green Bay’s Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, Davante Adams and even Geronimo Allison would be the best receiver on the Bears, and the Packers are slightly better at tight end, too, with Lance Kendricks and Richard Rodgers, while the Bears Dion Sims is questionable having missed practice all week with an undisclosed illness.
If Kyle Long — who missed practice most of the week before being limited Friday — can go, the Bears rate an edge on the offensive line. Josh Sitton is likely to be more than ready for his old team, and with Bryan Bulaga done for the year after tearing his ACL last Monday night, the Pack doesn’t match up well with the Bears' front seven.
As well as Akiem Hicks, Eddie Goldman and company are playing, the Packers have been unimpressive in their 30 front, even though Mike Daniels has the ability to be as disruptive as Hicks.
Linebacker leans toward the Bears, too, if Danny Trevathan can go, but after missing practice all week with a calf strain I’m guessing he won’t so call this a draw.