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New Orleans Saints vs Chicago Bears
The New Orleans Saints (4-2) will hit the road this Sunday to take on the Chicago Bears (5-2). The Saints are coming off of a close win at home against the Carolina Panthers by a score of 27-24. Now they are on a three-game winning streak. The Bears are coming off of a Monday Night Football loss to the Los Angeles Rams 24-10.
The Saints’ offense hasn’t quite been the explosive offense this season that we are used to seeing. A lot of that has to do with wide receiver Michael Thomas being out for most of the season. Also, quarterback Drew Brees hasn’t been the elite Drew Brees that we are used to seeing. A lot of the Saints offense this season has been Alvin Kamara on the ground and Brees checking down to Kamara.
Defensively, the Saints are 24th in points allowed per game (29.0). They have struggled against the pass this year and their defense as a whole has looked a little rough. One major reason for that, they struggle to get off of the field on third down (29th).
The Bears’ offense has been a disaster all season. They have the fourth-worst offense in terms of total yards. They are last in rushing offense and they are 27th in points scored. Nick Foles replaced Mitchell Trubisky earlier this year and Foles hasn’t really looked like an improvement.
On the defensive end, the Bears have been an excellent group that seems to only be getting better. Their offense put them in some tough spots on Monday night but they have still done well this season. The Bears’ defense ranks 8th in total yards allowed and against the pass. They also allow the seventh-fewest points per game (20.0) and are the second-best unit at getting off of the field on third down.
After a blowout loss to the Rams on Monday Night Football, not too many people will be willing to back the Bears in this game. However, with Brees and that Saints’ offense struggling to do much outside of Kamara, this Bears’ defense should have a big game. If they can contain Kamara, which they very well could do, then the Saints will have a hard time moving the ball, especially if Michael Thomas is out yet again. While Chicago’s offense has been a trainwreck, teams have shown it is easy to move the ball against this defense. Look for the Bears to have one of their best games of the season as they look to avoid a second-straight loss.