Blue and Or­ange beats Big Blue

Chicago Tribune (Sunday) - - SCOREBOARD -

Brad Biggs (10-1)

The Bears should dom­i­nate this game with their de­fen­sive front against an of­fen­sive line that has re­ally strug­gled at times this season. Rich Camp­bell (8-3)

The Giants should be able to move the ball if Akiem Hicks (Achilles) sits out. But their lack of a pass rush and strug­gles pro­tect­ing Eli Man­ning will tilt this away from them. The Bears must start fast af­ter 10 days be­tween games. David Haugh (10-1)

The Bears de­fense will make Man­ning anx­ious for re­tire­ment by dom­i­nat­ing so much that wide re­ceiver Odell Beck­ham Jr. will start com­plain­ing by half­time. Chase. Mitch. Doesn’t mat­ter who plays quar­ter­back for the Bears when the op­po­nent is this bad. The win­ning streak con­tin­ues. Colleen Kane (8-3)

The Giants’ big-play ca­pa­bil­ity be­hind rookie Saquon Barkley presents more con­cerns than would be ex­pected of a 3-8 team. But the Giants de­fense is noth­ing spec­tac­u­lar, and the Bears should pull off their sixth straight vic­tory, even if Mitch Tru­bisky is side­lined again. Phil Thomp­son (10-1) Seems like the Bears should be wary of Barkley and Beck­ham, but I just fore­see more memes of Giants O-line­men pick­ing a shell-shocked Man­ning off the ground. Dan Wiederer (8-3)

Tru­bisky’s in­jury leaves me un­set­tled. But the Giants de­fense is just too medi­ocre. Hicks’ in­jury leaves me un­set­tled. But the Bears de­fense is still so dom­i­nant.

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