Who Can Make A Playoff Run: Chicago Bears vs. Angeles Rams

Author: Mansi


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The 5-1 Chicago Bears will hope to win their third-consecutive game in Week-7 when they travel to SoFi Stadium to take on the 4-2 Los Angeles Rams. 

The Bears are falling off a strong street in Week 6 against the Carolina Panthers, while the Rams tumbled to the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium. 

With the Bears-Rams game coming up, here are four striking expectations from a Chicago point of view.

Scratch Foles tosses three scores:

In Week 3 game against the Atlanta Falcons, Nick Foles has scored 2-1 as a starter and thrown for 878 yards. The previous Super Bowl champion is finishing 62.5 percent of his passes, however, he's tossed a block attempt in each game also. All things considered, search for Foles to illuminate it against the Rams with three passing scores. 

After the Bears vanquished the Panthers in Week 6, Foles was extremely energized and enthusiastic in his postgame presser. He discussed how energized he was about the Bears' offense since no player on that side of the ball was smug and content with how the group has played regardless of Chicago is 5-1 on the season. 

As Foles and Bears lead trainer Matt Nagy to get more OK with one another, this Chicago offense should take off soon and the Rams game is an ideal challenge for that to occur.

Bears to take out Rams QB Jared Goff multiple times:

Against the Panthers, the Bears captured Teddy Bridgewater multiple times and constrained one mishandle. Jared Goff is probably the best quarterback in the NFL, and he's just tossed four singles out the season contrasted with 10 score passes. 

In Week 6 against the 49ers, however, Goff didn't look such as himself. While he tossed two scores, he was taken out once and just finished 50.0 percent of his passes. 

The Bears have a superior guard than the 49ers and are in a great depression right now. The cautious line, driven by Khalil Mack, Robert Quinn, and Akiem Hicks, will get tension on Goff and power the previous No. 1 by and large pick into some deviant tosses for Eddie Jackson, Tashaun Gipson, and Kyle Fuller to jump on. 

During the 2018 season, Goff tossed four-block attempts against the Bears in Chicago. Last season, he tossed one pick and neglected to score, so history has indicated that the Bears' safeguard has Goff's number.

Allen Robinson gets, at any rate, one score pass:

One more week in Chicago has passed and Bears star wideout Allen Robinson doesn't have a contract extension despite setting up extraordinary numbers to start the season. The 27-year-old has 40 gatherings on the season for 474 yards and two scores. 

The science among Foles and Robinson had improved since Foles entered the arrangement in Week 3. Robinson is without a doubt the best wideout on the Bears, so Foles is continually glancing toward him regardless of whether Nagy considers a play that isn't intended for A-Rob. 

In the Rams game, search for Robinson to get in any event one score pass from Foles. He hasn't gotten in the end zone since Week 4 versus the Indianapolis Colts, so Robinson will be profoundly energetic to score against the Rams, particularly since the game is on Monday Night Football on ESPN.

Bears rout Rams to improve to 6-1:

The Rams have a great offense and safeguard, so this will be an intense test for the Bears out and about. 

In any case, search for Chicago to dominate this match since they are in a positive beat right now and the Bears' protection is ravenous after one more pick-six was detracted from them in Week 6 because of a punishment. 

While the Bears will probably begin this game off late since that has been the pattern so far this season, Nagy's gathering ordinarily figures out how to make the important changes at halftime to dominate the match in the subsequent half. 

The Bears are on the NFC North standings, however, the Green Bay Packers are directly behind them at 4-1 and will presumably vanquish the Houston Texans in Week 7 since Aaron Rodgers played inadequately in Week 6. 

So, the Bears can't take their foot off the gas pedal and need to make an impression on the whole NFL that they are real Super Bowl competitors. Plenty of intellectuals have been considering Chicago the most exceedingly awful 5-1 group in the association, and you can wager the players, and mentors have heard that account.

 


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