What should be the exciting NFC heavy Monday night football clash, the Bears (5-1) travel to SoFi Stadium to close Avinus (4-2) and close in week 7. Despite the best Chicago record, the Rams opened as a 7.5-point favorite and are currently sitting at -6 (-245 ML). Game overrun / decline stabilized at 44.5.
In the BetQL NFL Best Bet Model, UNDER is listed as a four-star rated bet, and it relies on a four-star selection that can be selected throughout the game. Read on to see all our predictions for this Monday night and go to BetQL.com 24/7 where you will find all the updated lines, odds, differences and expert NFL choices!
Bears-Rams Betting Review
The Bears this season have overlooked the odds of overwhelming challenges to somehow leading the strong NFC North, which owns Aaron Rodgers’ Packers (4-1). Despite good defender Mitchell Trubisky for reserve Nick Foles in the 3 weeks against the Falcons and losing main defender Tarik Cohen to a torn ACL in the same game, the Bears were upset by a 5-1 result. They covered the minors at four different times and almost covered -4.5 in one week of their favor, beating giants 17-13.
Since taking over the duties of central man, Foles has not completely ignited the world. However, the Super Bowl LII MVP was a great game manager and avoided too many mistakes. The nine-year veteran averages just 219.5 transmission yards and 5.8 yards per test. During the season, he has a completion percentage of 62.5 and six TDs compared to four intercepted balls. But in four games, Foles was fired only four times for 43 lost yards, and 47 of his 95 completed players moved the first mark down.
Foles is heavily dependent on the two most important players in his skill position, second-year defender David Montgomery and veteran player Allen Robinson II. The double-threat spin Montgomery served as a model of consistency in Chicago. So far this season, he has completely repeated his rookie year with an average carry-over of 3.7 billion and 71.4 percent. Robinson is also aware of consistency, averaging 13.2 yards in his seventh year in his career. 2020 He averaged 6.7 catches and 79 yards, both team records, with 23 of 47 Foles first and low.
Lots of joy for football historians, the real heart of this “Bear” team was its defense. Three-time All-Pro player Khalil Mack and veteran defenses Akiem Hicks combined eight of 15 Chicago baskets and 18 of 33 balls hit. Match midfielder Roquan Smith was all over the pitch, with the team leading by 52 games (37 solos) and seven games for a loss. Security Eddie Jackson and winger Kyle Fuller, both perennials of Pro Bowlers, underscore a phenomenal Chicago rival.
These players help include the Bears defending unit, which leads the league in terms of the percentage of opponents completed (57.1), the total number of passes allowed (only four throughout the season) and the average total number of touchdowns per match (1.5 ). They rank in the top seven of the league in terms of average points allowed (19.3), total number of yards allowed (2,023) and adjacent throws in a missed attempt (5.7). Competitors try to win the time battle against the Bears and occupy the sixth smallest yards on average and the fifth – the least points in the competition against them.
The Carolina Bears team won three victories, while Teddy Bridgewater held just 191 passes. In the last three matches, they have scored 19 points or less and four of the last five have scored good teams. In the fourth Chicago Week 5 Slugfest victory over Tampa Bay, Tom Brady managed to beat just five out of 12. This group is stingy and they don’t care what they have to shut down to gain the nation’s respect.
In many ways, Rams are not that different from Bears. Like Chicago, LA is also an inconsistent offense in trying to keep up with exceptional defense. Like the Foles, Rams QB player Jared Goff competed with the Patriots in the Super Bowl one season after the Foles and the Eagles defeated the Patriots in the Super Bowl LII. But unlike the Foles, Goff and Aries lost the Big Game themselves and haven’t been the same since. Last season, they marched 9-7, a sharp drop from 13-3 a year earlier, and Goff threw 16 intercepted rivals.
Goff’s turnover has been declining this season, and his QB rating is again above 101, the same level he maintained in the year he was promoted to the Super Bowl. But during the match, he passes an average of just 261.7 passes and the first 12 strokes. The departure of Todd Gurley and wide receiver Brandin Cooks during the off-season could have had a more negative impact on Rams’ offensive production than GM Les Snead had hoped. LA ranks 19th in points per match (25.3) and in all passes (10).
The receivers Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp have been good, but they haven’t enjoyed a single production in the last couple of seasons. Darrell Henderson Jr. was a pleasant surprise behind him, scoring in four of the last five LA games and averaging 74 rivals per season, but he can’t commit the kind of injury Gurley once did to Rams. Tight end Tyler Higbee and Gerald Everett make a decent contribution in the middle of the pitch, and Higbee is one of Goff’s main targets in the red zone. As for the newcomers, the second Cam Akers and wide receiver Van Jefferson were largely insignificant.
Luckily, Snead and head coach Sean McVay, LA play one of the elite defenders in football, led by first-year coordinator (and former Bears coach) Brandon Staley. Rams rank in the top 5 NFL points based on averages of points allowed (19), pitches passed (209.5), and total yards allowed (318.5). They refused only eight passes per year (at least sixth), and they lead the NFL in the ranks that were allowed during the test (5.4).
Because Mack is the Bears leader, perennial All-Pro Aaron Donald is an LA maestro. The seven-year-old veterinarian leads the NFC bags, occupying 7.5 of the 20 rams of the season for the season and 14 QB hits. Behind Donaldo is great free safety John Johnson and midfielder Micah Kiser, fighting machines that can do anything for their team. Darious Williams, Troy Hill and Jalen Ramsey are about as dynamic a corner-back trio as can be found in the NFL. The Rams collectively pushed opponents out of the end zone in five of the last six matches in the second half.
Of course, there was a brutal blow in the hands of the 49ers last Sunday night in that six-match period. The result of the Box box will tell you that it was a close 24-16 game, but it wasn’t even a contest. Goff was held for 198 yards and the rams held the ball for just 22 minutes. The LA defensive front was held without a bag for the first time all year, with 49ers QB player Jimmy Garoppolo winning the second half with 268 yards and three passes.
Chicago has done more than enough to convince us that it can be inadequate, regardless of location or opponent. Giving six points to Bears for the betting audience seems like a gift of epic proportions. Still, we like the Rams to win just in a tough defensive battle at home, with UNDER reaching 44.5.
While the BetQL NFL Best Bet Model gives the Bears a three-star rating to cover a plus-3 first-half spread, it gives an LA-guaranteed four-star rating to reach the full-game wallet (-265). The model points out that during his term in LA, Rams coach Sean Mcvay is 10: 1 ahead of teams that average less than 90 throws per match. Give us the rams above the bears 23-19 during the upcoming NFC show, which should entertain all true football fans.
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