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The Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills will do battle on a cold day at Soldier Field. The weather is making such an impact, that the Bears had to make considerable changes to the gameday experience. However, a few notable absences will make the gameday experience different as well. Here are the Bears' inactives for Week 16:

Teven Jenkins and Cody Whitehair's absences will be felt on the offensive line. One can make the argument that they have been the most consistent linemen for the Bears all season long. In addition, two top receivers in the form of Chase Claypool and Equanimeous St. Brown will be missing. 

Treven Wesco's absence will be felt in the run game. The blocking tight end has been a staple for the top rushing attack in the NFL. Angelo Blackson has also played a major role on the defensive side of the ball this season. 

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The Bears and Bills do battle at noon CST at Soldier Field. Tickets were going for as low as $6 a piece, indicating how harmful the cold could be on Christmas Eve. Saturday presents another opportunity for the Bears to secure the No. 2 pick if they fall to the Bills at home. A harmful Bills offense is the most helpful benefit for the Bears offseason success as well. It's not just the cold out there today that will make things interesting.