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What started off as a cautiously optimistic season for Bears fans has turned into an absolute nightmare. Having surrendered next year’s first round draft pick to trade up and select Justin Fields in the 2021 draft, the Bears take no consultation in losing, and, even if they could, there’s never any love lost between these two division rivals. The Packers enter Sunday night 9-3 on the season coming off a bye week, while the Bears enter the weekend 4-8 on the season coming off an 11 point loss to the Cardinals.
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Cole Kmet Over 32.5 Yards Receiving
Cole Kmet has been money on the road this season. In his last three games away from Soldier Field, he’s averaging 65 yards a game on over 6 catches. The last time the Bears played the Packers, Kmet snagged 4 grabs for 49 yards and since week 6, he’s averaging over 45 yards a game. This Packers defense has regressed over the last two weeks, allowing an average of 321.5 yards in each of the last two games. Between Matt Nagy facing strong criticism over his team’s inability to get the passing game going and reports on David Montgomery’s groin injury, I expect Justin Fields to get more attempts than he has all season and Cole Kmet to get a healthy dose of targets.
Justin Fields Over 29.5 Pass Attempts
Despite averaging only 17.5 pass attempts per game through his first 4 starts, Justin Fields’ numbers have slowly risen over the course of the season to the point where he’s thrown the ball over 27 times in each of his last four starts, excluding the Ravens game where he got injured. Though Fields has only thrown more than 30 passes on one occasion this season, the Bears have never been more desperate than they are right now. If the Packers jump out to an early lead on Sunday night, Matt Nagy can’t afford to be overly conservative, especially against this Packers run defense that ranks top 10 in the league. Expect the Bears to be trailing and Justin Fields to be forced into situations to throw the ball late.
AJ Dillon Over 52.5 Rushing Yards
If you’re going to bet the mortgage on any of these props, this is the one. Since week 8, Dillon is averaging over 62 yards a game on 4.4 yards a carry and has only rushed for less than 52 yards once over that span. It’s quite possible that this Bears defensive front will be missing Khalil Mack, Akiem Hicks, and Danny Trevathan on Sunday, giving the Packers offensive line even more of an edge in the trenches. Expect the Packers to jump on top early in this one and keep the ball on the ground for the majority of the second half — giving Dillon ample opportunity to continue his pro bowl level numbers at the position.
David Montgomery Under 59.5 Yards
While Montgomery has been the bread and butter of this offense in recent weeks, there have been numerous reports coming out of the Bears camp over the past few days that his groin injury is not where team physicians hoped it would be heading into the weekend. At the very least, expect Montgomery to get a much more limited load than he’s used to against one of the best yards per game run defenses in the league.