Monday Night Football Open Thread There’s a double header of NFL football on tonight as the New York Jets travel to face the Detroit Lions in a 6:10 (CT) kickoff Womens Cody Parkey Jersey
, and the Los Angeles Rams head to Oakland to take on Jon Gruden’s Raiders at 9:20 (CT). Both games will be on ESPN, and you guys can talk about it right here in this MNF Open Thread. Since the sting of last night’s tough Chicago Bears’ loss is still fresh, I’d imagine some of you guys will want to get some stuff of your chest about that game as well. Discuss the Monday nighters or your feelings about the Green Bay Packers http://www.chicagobearsteamonline.com/bobby-massie-jersey
, but still stay within our community guidelines. I expect F-Bombs to be prevalent, but let’s all respect each other out there. Bears vs Packers coverageHere are my snap counts, stats and more from last night’s gameCheck out our week 1 game balls from Aaron LemingHere are Jacob Infante’s Notes from the embarrassing 24-23 lossPatti Curl’s post-game recap The Bears might have linebacker Khalil Mack in the lineup on Sunday after listing him as questionable with an ankle injury http://www.chicagobearsteamonline.com/pat-o_donnell-jersey
, but the Patriots won’t have right tackle Marcus Cannon available to go against him or anyone else on the Chicago defense.Cannon has been ruled out of Sunday’s game because of a concussion he suffered against the Chiefs last weekend. LaAdrian Waddle stepped in for Cannon against Kansas City and seems likely to get the start against Chicago.Cannon is the only player who has been ruled out for the Patriots this week, but, as usual Authentic Eddie Jackson Jersey
, they have a sizable contingent of players listed as questionable. Ten players fell into that category on the injury report.One of them is tight end Rob Gronkowski, which isn’t new as he’s been dealing with an ankle injury for several weeks. What is new (or a reminder of past ailments) is being listed with a back injury as well. Gronkowski was limited in Friday’s practice.