Friday's injury report for the bears went from bad to worse, as several impact players may not be able to face rival Green Bay on Sunday night and Lovie Smith is worried.
Before it was even announced that Josh McCown would replace Caleb Hanie Sunday, his teammates said he took charge and was basically running the offense. Plus, Johnny Knox is itching to get out of the hospital.
The Bears have lost their season one game at a time over the past four weeks, but this Sunday night at Lambeau, they will face their Super Bowl.
Josh McCown starting over rookie Nathan Enderle says a lot about Mike Martz's system and how complex it is to pick up.
The Bears' recent rough patch obviously isn't good for their playoff hopes but it's also affecting the team's Pro Bowl candidates. Devin Hester is the only Bear with top votes for any position.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews issued a warning, in a way, to the Bears, saying the Packers are going to play to win Sunday.
According to reports, the Chicago Bears announced that quarterback Josh McCown will replace Caleb Hanie in the starting role when they play the Packers Christmas day.
CSN's Jim Miller takes an in-depth look at exactly what happened during Caleb Hanie's second pick six during Sunday's loss to the Seahawks.
Lovie Smith didn't like what he saw out of Caleb Hanie during Sunday's loss to the Seahawks, but fell short of saying that won't be the starter next week.
How will Johnny Knox's absence, after undergoing surgery on his back Monday, affect the Bears' offense? CSNChicago.com's John Mullin says the wide receiver corps has taken a big hit.