Arizona: G Adam Snyder, bruised quadriceps
Baltimore: S Ed Reed, chest; T Kelechi Osemele, right ankle
Buffalo: G Chad Rinehart, left ankle
Cleveland: DT Ahtyba Rubin, calf
Dallas: C Phil Costa, right leg
Green Bay: DE Mike Neal, knee
Indianapolis: T Winston Justice, ankle
Jacksonville: RB Maurice Jones-Drew, foot; QB Blaine Gabbert, left shoulder
Minnesota: TE John Carlson, concussion
St. Louis: DE Eugene Sims, knee
Tennessee: LB Zac Diles, right ankle
Washington: TE Fred Davis, Achilles’ tendon; LB London Fletcher, leg
■ The first two Colts quarterbacks to run for two TDs in a game were Ricky Turner on Dec. 4, 1988, and Bert Jones on Oct. 20, 1974.
■ The Cardinals haven’t won at Minnesota since 1977, when they played in St. Louis and the Vikings played outdoors.
■ Vikings RB Adrian Peterson tied Robert Smith’s franchise record with his 29th career 100-yard rushing game.
■ The Vikings sacked John Skelton seven times, giving the Cardinals an NFL-high 35 allowed this season.
■ The Bills and Titans combined for 21 points on two plays from scrimmage and a kickoff return in just 30 seconds. It was the fastest three-score span since the Raiders and Patriots scored three times in 26 seconds on Dec. 14, 2008, according to STATS LLC.
■ In three career games against Buffalo, Titans RB Chris Johnson has run for 480 yards and six touchdowns.
■ In Buffalo’s four losses, QB Ryan Fitzpatrick has thrown 10 TD passes and nine interceptions. In the Bills’ three wins, he has five TDs and no INTs.
■ Rams rookie Chris Givens had a 56-yard reception, his fourth straight game with a 50-yard-plus reception.
■ Saints QB Drew Brees led TD drives of 80, 80, 79, and 72 on consecutive possessions in the opening half.
■ The Steelers improved to 12-2 at Paul Brown Stadium.
When, where: 8:30 p.m., at Soldier Field.
Line: Bears by 6½.
Last season: Bears won at home, 37-13, in Week 10, while the Lions prevailed in Week 5, 24-13, at Ford Field.
Of note: The Lions, who have lost 7 of 8 to Chicago, are trying to get back in the NFC North race before it’s too late. Lions QB Matthew Stafford leads the NFL’s second-ranked passing offense, but he faces the league’s No. 3 defense. Stafford had a starring role in last year’s blood feud at Soldier Field, as he grabbed CB D.J. Moore by the helmet and threw him to ground — which was preceded by Bears QB Jay Cutler having his helmet ripped off by Ndamukong Suh. Chicago RB Matt Forte, averaging 4.7 yards per carry, is nearly 100 percent after a bye week.