The Chicago Bears have been without starting QB Mitch Trubisky for two weeks in a row. 

What originally was only supposed to be a one week absence because of a Thursday game has turned into a two week absence with the possibility of a third week on the horizon. 

The Bears have a huge matchup against the Los Angeles Rams and the stakes are high after losing to the New York Giants on Sunday. 

There's a glimmer of hope though for Week 14. 

When asked about his QB's status, head coach Matt Nagy said he "feels good" about Trubisky returning this week. 

More to come as the week goes on.