Chiefs will be in better shape than Bears on Sunday

The Chiefs enter Sunday's game in remarkable health, while the Bears have 13 players listed as questionable. Joe Robbins/Getty Images

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The injury report for Sunday's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Chicago Bears tells a different tale for each team.

The Chiefs should be in good shape. They won't have inside linebacker Josh Mauga ,and wide receiver Albert Wilson could miss his second straight game. Neither of those is a significant loss, and otherwise coach Andy Reid will have all 51 players to choose from.

The Bears have 16 players listed. Only one, tackle Jermon Bushrod, is listed as out and one, safety Antrel Rolle, is listed as doubtful.

But Chicago has 13 players listed as questionable. Among that group are their top two quarterbacks, Jay Cutler and Jimmy Clausen.

So the Bears and coach John Fox look to be limited in what they can choose from on Sunday. The question is whether the Chiefs, who have lost three straight games, are strong enough to take advantage.