Packers lead Bears 7-0 after first quarter

Eddie Lacy's 25-yard TD catch had to be reviewed as it looked like he might have dropped the ball just before crossing the goal line. But it counted and stands as the game's only score so far. Follow live

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

After not committing a single penalty against Denver last week, Chicago got flagged five times in the first quarter at Lambeau Field.

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Bears (4-6) at Packers (7-3), 8:30 p.m. ET

This marks the 190th game between the Bears and Packers all-time (Bears lead 92-91-6), but its the first time these teams will meet on Thanksgiving. Aaron Rodgers is 12-3 in his career against the Bears (13-3 including playoffs), winning 9 of his last 10 starts (10 of last 11 including playoffs). Follow live

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears' inactives: Eddie Royal, Ka'Deem Carey, Antrel Rolle, Jacoby Glenn, Nick Becton, Martellus Bennett and Will Sutton.

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Jay Cutler's 5 worst games vs. Packers

The Bears QB probably isn't too thankful for tonight's game against Green Bay. After all, Cutler is 1-12 in his career against the Packers, with 23 INTs -- and a handful of "cover your eyes" moments. His worst games

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears running back Matt Forte and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery are active. Safety Antrel Rolle is out because of a knee injury.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

First look at rainy Lambeau Field for Bears vs. Packers. Bears expect to welcome back Matt Forte and Alshon Jeffery for this pivotal game.

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Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Derrick Rose was asked for his thoughts about what's going on in Chicago right now after today's practice. Here is the context for his quote: Reporter: "You obviously have been fairly upfront about police violence in the black community. What's your reaction to what's going on in Chicago right now?" Rose: "It's heartbreaking that people have to go through this, especially here in Chicago where we've already been going through for the last couple of years of senseless violence. Now giving them a reason to do the things that they're doing is kind of devastating."

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg says Aaron Brooks will not travel to Indianapolis as he continues to recover from a left hamstring injury. "Hope to get him back working with the group again next week," Hoiberg said.

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Obama pardons turkeys, cooks Packers

President Barack Obama pardoned two Thanksgiving turkeys, and while listing the things he was thankful for, he said he's grateful the Bears will beat the Packers on Thursday.

Martellus Bennett out tonight

The Bears TE is still dealing with a rib injury suffered in Week 11 and won't play tonight against the Packers. Bennett is 4th in the NFL among tight ends with 50 receptions. RB Matt Forte (knee) and WR Alshon Jeffery (groin) are questionable.

Illini consider hiring Cubit permanently

Illinois is exploring the idea of making interim football coach Bill Cubit the permanent coach and giving him a two-year deal, according to the Chicago Tribune. Interim athletic director Paul Kowalczyk said a decision would be announced Sunday.

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Berry 'loves' Eddie Lacy on Thanksgiving

Eddie Lacy finally looked like himself last week, and "against a Bears team that is 25th against the run the past five weeks, I say he will look like that again. Top-12 play for me," says Matthew Berry. Week 12 Love/Hate

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