It’s an encouraging sign that the Bears at least will have their top pass rusher and top receiver for a game in which they’re favored by more than a touchdown. Whether Mack (right ankle) and Robinson (groin) would be effective if they play, though, remains to be seen.
Robinson wasn't himself last Sunday, which led to a one-reception, four-yard dud of a game. His snap percentage backs up our personal observations, as Robinson played only 73 percent of snaps, a season-low by more than 10 percent. There is some thought he won't play this week, which may be for the best, but if he does, don't be surprised if he plays a lower number of plays than usual and isn't as effective as a healthy ARob could be.