Can the Bears protect Nick Foles against the Titans?

Bears (5-3) at Titans (5-2)

1 p.m. ET | Fox

Matchup rating: 48.2 | Spread: TEN -5 (46.5)

What to watch for: Who plays left cornerback for Tennessee? Adoree' Jackson missed practice on Thursday and is yet to be added to the 53-man roster after spending most of the season on the injured reserve list. If Jackson is activated, it's not likely that he'll see a high volume of snaps, so someone will have to rotate in. The Titans released veteran Johnathan Joseph, leaving Tye Smith and Breon Borders as possibilities on the left side. -- Turron Davenport

Bold prediction: Bears quarterback Nick Foles will be sacked a minimum of four times. Chicago could be without four Week 1 starters along the offensive line when they face the Titans -- and the best-case scenario still leaves it down two of them. Foles has been under tremendous pressure since he took over for Mitchell Trubisky in Week 3, as the Bears have surrendered 20 sacks (tied for ninth most in the NFL) and rank 21st in pass block win rate, according to ESPN Stats & Information data. Foles is in for a long afternoon. -- Jeff Dickerson

Stat to know: Tennessee is last in the NFL in opponent third-down conversion rate allowed at 61.9%. The team was eighth last season at 36.3%. But lucky for the Titans, the Bears' offense rank 31st in third-down conversion rate at 34.9%, meaning third down could be interesting on Sunday.

Injuries: Bears | Titans

What to know for fantasy: Titans running back Derrick Henry has five straight games with at least 15 fantasy points but three or fewer receptions. That's the longest streak of its kind since Arian Foster in 2012, and it might continue against a Bears defense that is worse against the run than you might think (below league average in both running back rushing yards and yards per carry). See Week 9 rankings.

Betting nugget: When Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill starts regular-season games for Tennessee, overs are 15-2, including 6-1 this season. Read more.

Dickerson's pick: Titans 21, Bears 13

Davenport's pick: Titans 21, Bears 17

FPI prediction: TEN, 62.0% (by an average of 4.2 points)

Matchup must-reads: Bad to worse: Bears O-line beset by injury ... Davis proving his worth to Titans ahead of critical offseason ... Bears can't pull out another miracle win ... Titans release DB Joseph after getting King