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Chicago +8
Detroit -8

Over 47.5 (-112)
Under 47.5 (-108)

Community Picks: Chicago 48% vs Detroit 52%

Chicago and Detroit Thread

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The Bears will be without tight ends Trey Burton and Adam Shaheen against the Los Angeles Rams, and running back David Montgomery will be a gametime decision prior to Sunday night's contest in California. Burton missed all three of the Bears' practices this week with a calf injury suffered at the end of the Bears' win over the Detroit Lions last week, while Shaheen popped up on the injury report with a foot issue and missed both Thursday and Friday's practices. Montgomery rolled his ankle during practice Wednesday, was held out of Thursday's practice and then returned in a limited fashion on Friday. Continue to Article
November 15, 2019 4:17:pm EST
If the Chicago Bears' 100th season is going to include a playoff berth and run at a Super Bowl, as many predicted it would in the preseason, they'll need to even up their record to 5-5 Sunday night against the Rams in Los Angeles. According to NFL Pick Watch, 86 percent of experts polled are taking the also-underachieving Rams in Week 11. It'll be a strange and twisted battle between two first-round quarterbacks - Jared Goff and Mitch Trubisky - who will compete for the right to be called less of a bust by the end of the game. Continue to Article
November 15, 2019 3:22:pm EST
It kept the Bears' playoff hopes alive. Outside of Halas Hall, fans and observers of this team don't have to subscribe to this theory, but inside the building, the Bears are looking at this trip to Los Angeles as something bigger than just a chance to shine on Sunday Night Football. For the Bears, this is an opportunity to stay relevant and in the playoff race. Continue to Article
November 15, 2019 1:50:pm EST
The Detroit Lions will once again be without quarterback Matthew Stafford when they take on the Dallas Cowboys, head coach Matt Patricia confirmed on Friday. Stafford missed an NFL game for the first time since 2010 when a back injury kept him out of the 20-13 loss to the Chicago Bears last Sunday. The first overall pick in the 2009 draft had started the previous 136 games but will now be sidelined for a second successive week, meaning another outing for back-up Jeff Driskel. Continue to Article
November 15, 2019 1:25:pm EST
Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford will not play at home against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, the second consecutive week he will be out of action because of a back injury, head coach Matt Patricia said Thursday. ESPN reported last week that scans of Stafford's back showed fractured bones. The injury also kept him out of last week's 20-13 loss to the Chicago Bears, an absence that cost him his 136-game starting streak. Continue to Article
November 15, 2019 12:10:pm EST
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