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Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in! – Michael Corleone- Chicago Bears fans
The Bears are back, baby!…Kind of. After running over the Patriots like they were Caitlyn Jenner after a few too many chardonnays at an early lunch, the Bears find themselves in a position where Cairo Santos may have just kicked them in the right direction. As exciting as watching Justin Fields thrive in a first half full of designed runs was, the Cowboys are a much better team than the Patriots, so let’s hold our horses a little bit. After Cooper Rush successfully kept Dallas afloat, Dak looked pretty good in his return last weekend. He went 19 for 25 and threw for 207 yards and a touchdown in a win that was in no way dominant but impressive nonetheless. The Cowboys needed Dak to return when he did because defenses were starting to figure out the whole we are just going to run the ball down your throat and cash in on our Super Bowl caliber defense thing. Dallas’ defense is real-deal-Holyfield. Led by the heavy favorite for defensive player of the year, Micah Parsons, Dallas is getting opposing quarterbacks caught in the sack more frequently than a pair of jeans at a tailgate. The Cowboys have a 10.90% sack rate (#1 in the NFL by a large margin), and it’s helped them get almost two turnovers a game from opposing offenses (#5 in the NFL).
So, do the Bears have a chance to win this game? Absolutely. It won’t be easy, but if Matt Eberflus can hit Dallas with all kinds of designed runs as they did on Monday night, the Bears have a real chance to beat a defense that struggled the most against the mobility of Jalen Hurts. More importantly, the Bears thrive where the Cowboys have weaknesses. The Cowboys have struggled to pass the football, even in the two games with a healthy Dak Prescott. ESPN is too busy kneeling for Patrick Mahomes to tell you this, but the Bears have had a pretty exceptional pass defense all year. Chicago is only giving up 180.3 passing yards per game, good for fourth in the league. Expect this game to be a running showdown. Both of these offenses have struggled with passing the ball, but the Cowboys have an advantage Dallas does not- a mobile quarterback they haven’t agreed to pay hundreds of millions of dollars. Vegas likes the Cowboys -9.5, but the Bears are cooking up something special for this week. Justin Fields and Matt Eberflus took down Belichick. They can surprise Dallas. Take the Bears Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!
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