No Respect: Rams Clear Favorites Over 5-1 Bears Ahead Of Monday Night Football

Written By Joe Boozell on October 19, 2020

As two potential playoff team face off on Monday Night Football, the Los Angeles Rams are clear friends to take on the Chicago Bears.

The Rams suffered a disappointing damage to the 49ers on Sunday, 4-2. We still don’t know if the Bears are great, despite the fact that they defeated the Panthers to increase to 5-1 andmdash.

The gaming industry doesn’t seem to think so, for what it’s for.

Despite having a 5-1 report, the Bears did start Monday’s game as underdogs for the fifth time this season.

Here’s your betting preview, along with the top lines at Illinois online sportsbooks.

Animals vs. Sheep chances

In the majority of Bears games, there’s a place where you put more trust in the defence to report than the offense. That very little wraps up the current year.

The Chicago security is when advertised, and over the past two months, it has been particularly callous to Rams quarterback Jared Goff.

Over the course of 2018 and 2019, Goff made two goes against the Bears, throwing five interceptions for no scores.

Additionally, there hasn’t been much staff turnover for either the Rams or the Bears’ security.

Over the past two weeks, Chicago has played two high-quality acts against the Buccaneers and Panthers, some of its best game of the year.

Both groups were held to fewer than 20 points by the Bears, who also scored two restaurants each activity. The move jump is headlined by Khalil Mack, but lesser-known players like Mario Edwards Jr., Roy Robertson-Harris, and Bilal Nichols have even caused a stir.

The Bears Achilles & rsquo, whose heel entered Sunday, served as the run defense. Mike Davis was limited to 2.9 yards per have by the front seven, though.

Although the Rams’ act is a difficult exam, on Sunday it sputtered against the 49ers. Goff averaged only 5.2 miles per attempt at a go.

Los Angeles ranks 11th in total offense and 19th in scoring offense. And all four of its wins have come against the NFC East, easily the worst division in football.

To be fair, the Bears weren’t specifically up against a column of rivals who committed murder. Despite this, the Buccaneers’ victory is still impressive considering Tampa Bay‘s 4 – 2 record and its 28-point loss to the previously unbeaten Packers.

One of the game’s games that will be entertaining to watch is the Bears & rsquo offensive line vs. pass rush.

Los Angeles, which is tied for second-fifth in the NFL, just permits 1.2 baskets per game. Although the Chicago go jump got off to a slow stop, it has really picked up gas over the past two weeks, with seven baskets full.

I’ve heard this before, but Bears offense could be difficult. Stop us if you & rsquo.

On Sunday, Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers threw up the Ramsquo protection. Matt Nagy is no Kyle Shanahan, though.

The Rams are ranked third in overall defense, while the Bears place 28th overall.

Coming into Week 6, the Panthers had one of the league’s worst move threats, and Chicago averaged 2.5 yards per carry.

Recently, offensive line enjoy has been a major problem. James Daniels, the remaining shield, is on IR with a torn pectoral muscles, and the Bears’ two replacements have both stood out for the wrong causes.

Nick Foles hasn’t had any problems, but he hardly ever has the time to throw. There haven’t been many running lanes, and the play-calling is at best crazy.

Because the Rams have Aaron Donald, the Daniels injuries had really hurt them. It is particularly difficult to face Donald in 2020 because he terrorized this Bears & rsquo offensive line with Daniels last year.

The Bears & rsquo’s best offensive player is Allen Robinson, and the Rams have a shutdown corner to encircle him in Jalen Ramsey.

On Sunday, George Kittle defeated the Los Angeles middle, and the Bears & rsquo, tight ends have been a minor bright spot. Jimmy Graham has four score strikes this year, and Cole Kmet, a second-round quarterback, made his earliest on Sunday.

There isn’t much for the Bears to hang their hats on here, though, there & rsquo. It’s difficult to imagine the point total rising much higher than 40 if Chicago can pull off another victory, it & rsquo.

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