Josh McCown played well in relief of Jay Cutler two weeks ago, throwing for 204 yards and a TD against the Redskins. He could be a QB2 this week.
The Packers have been tough on opposing running backs this year, but Forte's role in Chicago's offense should translate to a nice game on Monday.
Marshall has been quiet at times this year, but he should still be trusted as a starter every single week.
Jeffery is enjoying a breakout season in his second year in the league. Even with Josh McCown starting, feel free to play him as you normally would.
The Packers have allowed the third-most fantasy points per game to tight ends. Start him as usual.
Gould has been reliable as always this year, making 12 of his 13 field-goal attempts.
This Bears defense has been terrible all season, and now Lance Briggs is out for 4-6 weeks. You can drop them.
Rodgers had a nearly flawless game last week, completing 24-of-29 passes for 298 yards and two TDs. The Bears have allowed 8.7 YPA and 11 passing touchdowns this season, so expect Rodgers to take advantage.
Lacy has brought the second dimension this offense has been lacking for years. He should be started regardless of matchup.
Nelson had another monster game last week, catching seven passes for 123 yards and two TDs. He should be able to take advantage of the Bears' defense.
Boykin had five catches for 89 yards last week and should be started against a Chicago defense that has allowed 8.7 YPA and 11 passing touchdowns this season.
Jones has a good chance to return from a knee injury this week. With the Packers playing late in the week, you might want to look elsewhere.
Quarless caught just two passes for 13 yards last week. He's not worth a start this week, even though Chicago's defense has struggled all year.
Crosby went 3-for-3 on field goals last week and is now 17-for-19 on the season.
The Packers held Christian Ponder to 145 yards, though the Minnesota run game was able to find success. You can stream them against an undermanned Chicago team this week.