Chicago Bears: Five sneaky Green Bay Packers to look out for

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RB. Boston College. 28. player. AJDillon. 49. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

The Chicago Bears must be concerned with A.J. Dillon

The Packers’ second-round pick from a year ago has seen an increased role since Jamal Williams signed with the Detriot Lions. He’s had up-and-down performances but he did score a touchdown last week against the Cincinnati Bengals.

A.J. Dillon’s role is one that is tough to determine weekly, he’s liable to get touches but the amount usually depends on the game script and his performances. He’s proven he can handle the workload and has, on some occasions, seen as many touches as Aaron Jones in the same game, but it’s tough to know what he will do during the week.

A more throwback power back, Dillion isn’t as good of a receiver as Jones is but he’s a tough runner. The Bears will likely key in on Jones and Davante Adams to slow down, but if they aren’t careful Dillion could be the Packers featured back.

Scouting Report. TE. 85. 49. Pick Analysis. Indiana State. RobertTonyan. player

The Chicago Bears must be concerned with Rober Tonyan

Robert Tonyan was a touchdown scoring machine last season for Aaron Rodgers the Packers, but this season he has yet to find his groove. With only 9 receptions on the season and a lone touchdown, Tonyan has not lived up to the expectations.

Last season, Tonyan totaled 7 receptions for 85 yards and 2 touchdowns in two games against the Bears.

However, the Bears linebackers have been beaten often in the passing game this season and Rodgers always looks for mismatches to exploit. The team should be cautious of rotating its safeties to contain Adams when its linebackers could be in for a long day.