Skrine tallied 13 stops in Chicago's 41-25 loss to the Packers on Sunday. Skrine had failed to exceed seven tackles in any game this season, but Aaron Rodgers made it a point to pick on him in the passing attack, which led to a solid fantasy performance. He's recorded at least five tackles in five of his last six games, giving him an excellent floor for a defensive back in IDP leagues.
Skrine (ankle) is active for Sunday night's game in Green Bay. Skrine popped up on Chicago's injury report as a limited participant in Friday's practice, but he's managed to get the green light in time for Sunday's divisional contest. The veteran cornerback played a season-low 47 percent of defensive snaps Week 10 against the Vikings, the last time we saw him on the field.
Skrine (ankle) is active for Monday's game against the Rams. Skrine didn't practice until Saturday when he logged a limited session, but he'll play through the injury in the primetime game. The 31-year-old cornerback has logged at least 63 percent of the defensive snap share in each game this season, and he's slated for a similar workload Monday against a strong set of Rams receivers.
Skrine (ankle) is questionable for Monday's game versus the Rams. Skrine was unable to practice Thursday or Friday, but he got on the field in a limited capacity Saturday, giving him a chance to play Monday. The veteran corner has started the last two games for the Bears and has logged at least 63 percent of the snap share in each game this year, so it'd be a big loss if he was unable to suit up. Rookie fifth-rounder Kindle Vildor likely would take Skrine's place, but he's played just one defensive snap all year.
Skrine was a non-participant at Thursday's practice due to an ankle injury. It's unclear when Skrine suffered the injury, as he racked up five tackles (four solo) across 71 percent of defensive snaps in last week's game against Carolina. If Skrine was forced to miss any game action, Kindle Vildor would be the main beneficiary for more snaps for Week 7's game against the Rams.