The Bears have limped through this season, seeing their defense regress and their quarterbacks struggle. David Montgomery has been the lone bright spot for Chicago, but even he was battling through an injury during the year. Allen Robinson should return for the Bears in this game but it might not matter given how inconsistent the quarterback play has been regardless of who starts.
Aaron Rodgers continues to keep the Packers in Super Bowl contention as long as he’s under center. The quarterback had a bout with COVID and is playing through a toe fracture, but continues to put up strong numbers. The Packers have dominated this series in the last two decades and hope to keep the pace for the No. 1 seed in the NFC Sunday.
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