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Marshall, Jeffery, Decker questionable for 'MNF'

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For the second straight week, the Chicago Bears head into a primetime matchup with starting receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery listed as questionable.

Jeffery practiced on a limited basis all week with a hamstring injury. Marshall was limited Saturday after missing practices on Thursday and Friday with an ankle injury.

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The duo was declared questionable last week before ultimately playing. Marshall's three touchdowns keyed the Bears' 28-20 comeback victory over the San Francisco 49ers.

We expect both to play Monday night against the New York Jets. Their presence -- even if not at full strength -- against a secondary that allowed Jordy Nelson to go HAM last week will go a long way toward Chicago's road chances.

Fantasy footballers, however, will undoubtedly wring their hands at the questionable designation.

Some other notes from the Jets-Bears injury report:

2. Jets receiver Eric Decker is also listed as questionable. The Jets' No. 1 receiver returned Saturday on a limited basis while dealing with a hamstring injury. His situation is more vague. Gang Green's passing offense suffers without Decker in the lineup.

3. The Bears announced four starters will miss Monday Night Football: center Roberto Garza (ankle), left guard Matt Slauson (ankle), defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff (concussion) and linebacker Shea McClellin (hand).

4. Jets cornerback Dee Milliner (hamstring/quadriceps) missed his second straight day of practice and is listed as doubtful.

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