“He never looked like he was off to me," said Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio about Rodgers' performance in Week 14.

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Even though the former MVP is nursing his injury, Hicks knows the team has to be smart about how they approach him on Sunday at Soldier Field.

“I’m a logical guy,” Hicks said. “We all know Aaron Rodgers is one of the better quarterbacks in this league. He can throw on the run. He can sit in the pocket, take the hit, and deliver the ball. He has pretty much every intangible you can ask for in a quarterback. I think the best thing to do when you are playing a quarterback like that is not let him hold you back. You don’t let him get you offside with a snap count. You can’t play scared. You have to go in there and attack him–just like every quarterback in the league.”

The Packers have surrendered 26 sacks this season, 12th fewest in the NFL this season, but the Bears will have to rattled Rodgers on Sunday to force him to move around on his injured calf.

Chicago may not believe Rodgers' injury is as bad as it is made out to be, but either way, the Bears will need to capitalize on a less than 100 percent Rodgers Sunday afternoon.