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Bears vs. Lions Live Streaming
Tournament: NFL Season Week 15
Team : Bears vs. Lions Live
Date: Friday, December 16, 2017
Kick Time Off : 4:30 pm ET
Bryan Perez: The Bears may not have anything to play for this season, but jobs are on the line for next year and beyond – and there’s something to be said for youth. The Bears are a young team that’s still trying to figure out how to win, and with several core players on both sides of the ball fighting to make a name for themselves in the league, effort and a desire to change the culture in Chicago has been noticeable. Plus, it doesn’t hurt having a talented young quarterback in Mitchell Trubisky and some emerging weapons on offense. Let’s also not discount the fact that a new coaching staff is expected for 2018, so what these players do down the stretch could play a significant role in their evaluation by a new head coach.
Wagner sustained his injury versus the Baltimore Ravens on Dec. 3. Swanson suffered concussion-like symptoms after last week’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was placed in concussion protocol and didn’t practice this week.
In place of Wagner and Swanson, Graham Glasgow will move over from left guard to center and Corey Robinson will step in at right tackle. Joe Dahl will play in place of Glasgow at left guard.
In addition, right guard T.J. Lang and defensive end Ezekiel Ansah are both questionable for the game with foot injuries.
Detroit (7-6) is currently in second place in the AFC North.