Entering Week 10, the Chicago Bears are riding a bit higher than one might think your average 3-6 would be.
Over the past month, regardless of wins and losses, the Bears have found the answer to the number one, burning question everyone had for this team: is Justin Fields the guy?
In the Bears’ last four games, Fields has gotten better every week. He has truly been in the midst of a breakout, and Bears fans should be thrilled about the future of this team, no matter the result of the scoreboard each week.
Now, Fields and a surprisingly explosive offense takes on a Detroit Lions team coming off an impressive win over Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. At 2-6, the Lions are bordering “playing for pride” territory, and the Bears would not only like another improved game on offense, but a win.
The Chicago Bears could wind up putting up the most points, all season, when they take on the Detroit Lions.
For a team that’s averaged over 30 points in the last few weeks, the Bears are looking to do that yet again against Detroit — and it shouldn’t be difficult to do so, even though the Packers had a hard time a week ago.
In fact, neither offenses should have a problem putting up points in this one. We might just see the over smashed (48.5). The Bears should be able to put up over 30 points, meanwhile the Lions will likely score 20 or more.
Even though we know both defenses have struggled this season, and the offenses have shown capability of scoring points, there might still be some surprises which unfold in this game.
Just how good can the Bears’ offense be on Sunday? Let’s dive a little deeper into some bold predictions for the game.