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This is a show us SOMETHING, Justin Fields!! game. Not that Fields is entirely at fault for his disappointing start, but the Vikings’ pass defense is easier to score on than a single Mom in the corner of an Applebee’s bar on half-off-apps night. This is the ideal game for the young quarterback to prove to everyone that he’s the guy. Cameron Dantzler is allowing a 97 QB rating when targeted and has allowed 76.9 percent of the passes targeted at him to be completed- the guy is more over the hill than Elvis coming out on stage sweating pork and valium. Since Aaron Rodgers crapped the bed opening weekend (trust me, I got my hopes up, too), Minnesota is giving up over three touchdowns a game on average. But can the Bears offense take a page out of Antonio Brown’s book and expose the d? They have a chance if Khalil Herbert can establish the run, even just a little bit. Minnesota has the most average run defense in the league (statistically), and we’ve already talked about their secondary looking weaker than your ex’s new boyfriend, who’s into hiking. This game rides on the arm of Justin Fields. The Vikings’ pass rush hasn’t looked like the terrifying group of old, and Fields has every opportunity to work with what he has and hopefully (for the love of God) throw more than fifteen completions.

The Bears’ defense deserves all the credit for keeping this team in ball games. From Roquan Smith to Eddie Jackson, this group has been special (except against the rush but shhhhh). Chicago has a top-three pass defense in the league through four games, so I expect the Bears to shut down Adam Thielen and KJ Osborn without a problem. But then there’s always…Justin Jefferson. Darius Slay shut him down, causing Kirk Cousins to look like a chicken with his head chopped off, so that’s the key to success for Chicago. With Jaylon Johnson listed as questionable, the young Bears’ secondary will face their biggest test yet. Dalvin Cook hasn’t looked amazing, but Chicago has to shape up because their run defense against the Giants was unacceptable. They have the talent, and Eberflus is a brilliant coach. They can figure that part out. Vegas likes the Vikings -7, but I think Justin Fields will show the world why the Bears drafted him eleventh overall. Trust in your young quarterback. Take the Bears Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!

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