Here are our game predictions from our on-air personalities, producers, writers and more. It remains a logjam at the top after everyone missed on their Bears-Raiders predictions in Week 5.
The Bears bounce back after the bye week as the defense responds with a strong effort against Teddy Bridgewater and the Saints.
The Bears are too good of a team to not follow up the London clunker with a better effort at home against the Saints. The defense returns to form, while the offense remains a work in progress.
The Bears defense gets a score. Eddy Pineiro gets a field goal. Mitchell Trubisky gets questioned more and more. Here’s hoping I’m wrong.
The Bears offense shows enough spark to silence the skeptics -- for one week.
The Bears are the more desperate team, coming off a bye and at home. They need it more than the Saints, so they find a way to win a low-scoring game.
I have little feel for this game, but I think the Bears — with two weeks to prepare after an embarrassing loss — will be ready to go. HOT TAKE? Saints will have a pick-six.
Bears win the first half, Saints win the second half and Pineiro is praised after practicing at Soldier Field and nailing the game-winning field goal.
I hate to be a pessimist, but unless a lot has changed over the bye week, the Bears aren’t getting a big enough push from their offensive line to get the running game going, which then puts more pressure on Trubisky to make a bunch of throws. It’s a recipe for disaster, especially against a complete team (sans Drew Brees) like New Orleans.
The Bears take advantage of getting the Saints at the right time and on grass to sneak out a much-needed victory in the incredibly tight NFC North race.
Do you know what happened the last time I had a bunch of beignets? Nothing good. Imagine only being able to eat beignets (as those who live in New Orleans do) and then having to play an entire football game. Lmao, couldn't be me.
I like Teddy Bridgewater’s and Michael Thomas’ shoes. Shoutout to Rick Camp for pointing those out.