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The Chicago Bears head west to face a struggling Arizona Cardinals team this weekend while the Green Bay Packers stay home to host the Tennessee Titans.
The Chicago Bears no longer hold their own fate for a possible spot in the postseason, but a victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday would go a long way towards meeting that goal. The Bears have lost five of their past six games to quickly plummet in the NFC standings, but a postseason appearance is still within reach.
The Bears play the Cardinals on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET, a somewhat rare late game for the franchise. The Bears' recent struggles pale in comparison to those of Arizona, which beat the Detroit Lions last weekend to end a nine-game losing streak.
Meanwhile back in the Midwest, the Packers are taking on a Tennessee Titans team that narrowly managed to knock the New York Jets out of playoff contention on Monday night. The Titans didn't play particularly well, though, and they had lost five of their past six games before that win.