Bet $5 On The Bears vs. The Commanders & Get $200 If You Pick The Winner

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The best way to describe the Bears’ season would be frustrating with flashes of promise- like being constipated on your way to a Taco Bell. After being down 21-3 towards the end of the second quarter last week, Chicago started showing some signs of life. The Bears went on a 19-0 run led by Justin Fields, who took another step forward during week five against the Vikings. Despite throwing the ball just 21 times and eight rushes, Fields accounted for (89%) of the team’s offense in Week five. Not only did he finally break the 200-yard mark for the first time in 2022, but he looked the most comfortable he has in his entire career. Fields was (12/13) in the second half alone for 135 passing yards and a touchdown, which is even more impressive when you consider that the Bears couldn’t run the ball all game. While the offense is steadily improving, the Bears’ defense needs to get more pressure on opposing quarterbacks. With only eight sacks on the year, the Bears have put as much pressure on their opponents as Lori Lightfoot has on crime.

The Bears matchup very well against a Commanders team that’s been more disappointing than me in bed after a few too many rum and cokes. Carson Wentz has been…Carson Wentz. Washington is scoring only 18 points per game. The Commanders are averaging only 1.43 points per drive (No. 30 in the league) and producing points on only 21.6% of possessions. Washington has eight turnovers, including six interceptions, and Carson Wentz has been sacked 20 times in only five games of action. How Carson Wentz has more weapons than a Chief Keef music video from 2011 yet still can’t find the end zone is beyond me. And the Commanders’ defense? It’s giving up over twenty-five points per game and 7.2 yards per pass. I wouldn’t be surprised if it has been suggested in a meeting on capitol hill that Gitmo prisoners be forced to watch Commanders’ games as a torture method. Vegas likes the Bears -1, and I love them to win by a touchdown. Get the LGBTQ flags up; this game will be Justin Fields’ coming out party. Take the Bears Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!

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