After missing two starts with a shoulder injury, Mitchell Trubisky has been removed from the injury report and will be under center this week as the Bears host the NFC's top-seeded Rams. The Bears went 1-1 while Trubisky was sidelined and remain 1.5 games ahead of the Vikings. (Adam Schefter via twitter)
This is a possible NFC Playoff preview and will be a big test for a strong defense facing one of the NFL's highest-scoring offenses. Trubsiky has accounted for 23 touchdowns in 10 games and is fifth among all NFL signal-callers with 363 rushing yards. The Rams' track-meet offense makes their defense vulnerable, and LA has surrendered the eighth-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks. Assuming he's 100-percent healthy, Trubisky is on the edges of QB1 territory in this pivotal Week 14 showdown.