Julius Peppers should be licking his chops and rubbing his hands together greedily because the Packers are vulnerable at left tackle heading into Monday night's showdown at Soldier Field.
Veteran Chad Clifton started at left tackle in the Packers 34-7 win over the Bills last week before being pulled by Mike McCarthy because the coach didn't feel Clifton was moving well enough on a sore knee. Rookie Bryan Bulaga replaced him.
It appears McCarthy's options this week are to rehab Clifton with hopes of getting him back on the field, even if it means he will miss multiple practices, or to start Bulaga.
Either way, advantage Peppers.
"What is 100%?" McCarthy told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. "This is the National Football League. The medical staff has a lot of history with Chad, and when we get him to the point where we feel he's ready to go, he'll go. He's our starting left tackle. He's battling through a rough spot right now medically.
"We have Bryan Bulaga getting ready. I thought Bryan played well with his opportunity yesterday."