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I’m going to say it…the Bears can beat the Packers. Look, I know the name Aaron Rodgers makes Chicago fans shutter like they’re Vietnam veterans hearing construction from a block away, but he’s not their whole team, and in week one, the Packers looked…bad. Like, girl your friend is seeing who he won’t show you on Instagram bad. The offensive line was letting more people through the border than the Biden administration, and his receivers looked like they were actively trying to sabotage him. I mean, his receiving core looked like they wouldn’t even be able to catch an STD at Arizona State. Do I think they will continue to struggle as much as they did in week one? Probably not the whole season, but there were certainly chemistry issues, and a lack of playing their starters during pre-season football has the Pack a few steps behind.
The Bears played the perfect brand of winning football in their win over the 49ers. Eddie Jackson, who had an interception that completely shifted the game’s momentum, looked like a leader in a secondary that struggled last year. Rookie Dominique Robinson played like he has the potential to be a defensive player of the year one day. The Bears put more pressure on Trey Lance than a high school freshman hanging out with kids smoking from an apple for the first time. After one game, it seems as if the Matt Eberflus program is working better than Microsoft 2007. Justin Fields kept his composure on offense after a first half in which he played a worse quarterback than a teenage heartthrob on an Oxygen TV show about high school. His second-half line? 5-for-8, 102 yards, 2 TDs, 0 sacks, and a 145.8 passer rating. That is a sign of development if we’ve ever seen one. Vegas likes the Packers -9.5, and that’s too many points for what we’ve seen from both of these teams so far this season. If the Bears want to continue to build with their young core, sneaking a tightly contested win against a rival would be a significant step in the right direction. Take the Bears to cover and be sure to get your free $200 from BetMGM!