National and local media outlets make their picks for Thursday's Thanksgiving game between the Bears (5-6) and Lions (7-4) at Ford Field.
The Bears cruise into the Motor City for a Thanksgiving showdown with the Lions. An inside look at key numbers for both teams.
A strong defensive front is the staple of the Detroit Lions defense, while the team's inconsistent offense has yet to live up to expectations.
Thanksgiving is a day of work for the Bears this season, but the players haven't forgotten what makes this holiday so special.
Larry Mayer and Eli Kaberon of ChicagoBears.com discuss the Bears players they'll be watching on both sides of the ball in Thursday's Thanksgiving road game against the Detroit Lions.
Strength and conditioning coach Mike Clark works hard to make sure the Bears are in tip-top shape whenever they take the field.
With Charles Tillman on injured reserve, the Bears will employ an all-hands-on-deck approach to defending star Lions receiver Calvin Johnson Thursday at Ford Field.
ChicagoBears.com takes a look at what national media outlets have to say about the Monsters of the Midway and how the team compares to the other 31 clubs in the NFL after Sunday's win.
The Lions haven't been able to get their offense going the last two weeks, but Detroit remains confident it can turn things around against the Bears.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses the latest news regarding Bears injuries, why the Bears declined a penalty on the last play of the first half Sunday and the last time two straight Bears games ended with the same final score.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses whether defensive end David Bass will get more reps, rookie safety Brock Vereen playing more on defense and the last time the Bears faced one of their former head coaches.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses the Bears record when Matt Forte rushes for more than 100 yards, passes thrown to Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, and why the Bears ran the ball late in the first half against the Vikings.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses whether the Bears will lean more on receiver Alshon Jeffery, what the Bears' three wins have in common and how the Bears have fared against the Vikings at home.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses the breakdown that left Packers receiver Jordy Nelson wide open for an easy touchdown, if Kyle Long will get some reps at tackle and if Marquess Wilson is ready to make his season debut.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses who will start at linebacker for the Bears Sunday night in Green Bay, how the offense compares statistically to last season and if Robbie Gould matched a career low with one point against the Patriots.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses if the Bears will keep rotating their captains, the likelihood of receiver Marquess Wilson playing against the Packers and the plan to replace injured defensive lineman Lamarr Houston.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses whether linebacker Lance Briggs will be able to play against the Packers, how close the Bears came to making a trade before the deadline and players in the 1,000-yard rushing and receiving club.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses why the Bears threw deep on third-and-one against the Dolphins, if Jordan Mills is in jeopardy of losing his starting job and a fake punt return the Rams borrowed from the Bears.