The Green Bay Packers could be without four key starters against the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football.

On Friday, the Packers listed WR Allen Lazard (ankle), OL David Bakhtiari (knee), Elgton Jenkins (knee), and Jon Runyan (concussion) as questionable for the NFC North showdown.

Of the quartet, Runyan was the only one to see action in the team’s Week 1 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

This spells bad news for QB Aaron Rodgers who was visibly uncomfortable in last week’s season opener.

Not only was Rodgers constantly running for his life, but he is already working with a limited group of pass catchers.

The Bears’ pass rush could have the opportunity to capitalize on the Packers’ offensive line deficiencies.

In last week’s win over the 49ers, the Bears recorded five sacks and were constantly applying pressure to Trey Lance.

Two days remain for the Packers’ group of walking wounded to heal before a young and hungry Bears defense arrives with the hope of securing the team’s first win at Lambeau Field since 2015.

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