Green Bay will host the Bears on Monday night at Lambeau Field. Packers Monday Night Football tickets are still available for the game, and can be picked up in our Milwaukee or Green Bay office. Will the Packers make it five in a row? Ticket King sure hopes so. The 2013 Packers schedule has five more home games to be played, and four road games. This will be the first Bears versus Packers game of the season.
Jay Cutler Out For Upcoming Packers Game
When Chris Baker sacked Jay Cutler during the October 20th game, it looked like a “nothing special” play. Cutler didn’t get up from the turf, and that’s when Bears fans knew something was amiss. Cutler suffered a groin injury on that play, and he will miss a few more weeks of play. He hopes to make it back in the next three weeks, but doctors are saying that it will be a month before he can return to the field. This also happens to be Cutler’s last season before he and the Bears begin contract talks. A swift return that results in a re injured groin could devalue his future earnings. But Cuter isn’t seeing things that way. He wants to get back to the game as soon as possible.
Matthews Out For Monday Night
Clay Matthews is certain to be out for the the Bears game. Matthews is still dealing with a broken thumb that came about during the Lions game on October 6. If he gets back into the lineup next week, that would mean he was out for just as long as predicted. In the meantime, A.J. Hawk has impressed fans with his performance. One big mishap for Hawk was when he failed to stop Adrian Peterson from scoring just before the half last week. Considering how many Packers linebackers are out, the remaining healthy players have done pretty well.
James Jones Still Recovering
James Jones has not practiced as of this week. That doesn’t mean that he’s out for Monday night, but all indications are that he will be sidelined once again. The injury to his knee is healing, and nobody wants him to rush back into the game. As of this posting, Jones has twenty catches and two touchdowns. Against Baltimore, Jones had just one catch before going down with a knee sprain. Who has stepped up in his place? Jarrett Boykin certainly has. Boykin has over a dozen catches in the last two games. That has taken the pressure off Jordy Nelson. Check out Ticket King for all Packers home and away games. See you at Lambeau Field.