Bears’ Pass Offense vs. Packers’ Pass Defense
The numbers look good for Bears quarterback Brian Hoyer. In their storied history, Hoyer has become Chicago’s first quarterback to have four consecutive 300-yard passing games, and has done this without throwing an interception. It appears that Hoyer has found a new favorite target in wide receiver Cameron Meredith, who has gone over 100 yards receiving in the last two games. The Bears’ offense could continue to put up big numbers while including Alshon Jeffery against the Packers’ 21st ranked pass defense.
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The Packers’ top three cornerbacks are ruled out for this game. However, Green Bay’s pass rush could be too much for Chicago’s offensive front. The Packers are tied for sixth in the NFL with 16 sacks, and apparently Bears left guard Josh Sitton won’t play due to an ankle injury. Even though the Bears’ offensive line has shown some improvement over the past couple of weeks, they seem to be overmatched. In addition, it doesn’t matter how many yards you put in the air; it doesn’t mean a thing if you don’t put points on the board.