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  • Game Week 10 Chicago @ Rams Predictions

    This week the 5-4 beleaguered Rams are hosting the somewhat beleaguered 4-5 Bears in a match up that is on the National stage. Last year the Bears completely scrambled the Rams offense and it is arguable if the Rams have ever really recovered. These orgs go back to 1937, when the Rams called Cleveland home. The Bears lead the series 54-36-3 and have taken the last six of seven games.

    This game, given the Rams offensive line woes point to a less then impressive offensive showing for the Rams. Perhaps McVay will try to establish the run since this looks to be a low scoring game, The Bears defense is good. the Rams offense is bad. the Rams defense is good. The Bears offense is bad. Kinda like last week. Hold onto ball, Goff.

    Rams 10
    Bears 3

    What say you?

  • #2
    Originally posted by MACrammer View Post
    ...Hold onto ball, Goff.

    Or, get rid of it quickly / quicker. AND be more accurate. You too receivers.


    • #3
      Same prediction as last week.


      • #4
        Originally posted by RealRam View Post

        Or, get rid of it quickly / quicker. AND be more accurate. You too receivers.
        lol as in no turnovers!!!


        • #5
          They have won 3, lost 3, won 2, and lost 1. They have one more to lose before they can hope to win. And since the coaches refuse to adjust to what the defense is doing and run plays to take advantage of how teams are defensing them, I doubt they can even score against the Bears' D.

          RAMS 0
          Bears 17 (their 2 TDs come from Goff, and the D holds them to a FG)



          • #6
            In all honesty, I have no clue. Goff has a QB rating lower than Trubisky and the Bears are not the same team as last year, which is true about us too. If NBC had their choice I would bet they would flip this with another game, but the timing is too close.

            I will watch the game hoping that we redeem ourselves somewhat since we are at home. For fun I will predict we win based on great performances by Darrell Henderson and Gerald Everett..


            • #7
              Originally posted by mde8352gorams View Post
              . Goff has a QB rating lower than Trubisky
              That is just downright pathetic. Who gets paid more ? .


              • #8
                Rams D: 14 on fumble return and interception return
                Rams O: 3 on record 68 yard FG (first FG ever snapped from own territory)
                Bears D: 10 on 5 safeties
                Bears ST: 7 on interception return of Hekker pass on fake punt from Rams' 6
                Bears O: 0
                No scores in OT (record 8 punts in 10 min. OT)

                Rams 17
                Bears 17


                • #9
                  Originally posted by Seacone View Post
                  Rams D: 14 on fumble return and interception return
                  Rams O: 3 on record 68 yard FG (first FG ever snapped from own territory)
                  Bears D: 10 on 5 safeties
                  Bears ST: 7 on interception return of Hekker pass on fake punt from Rams' 6
                  Bears O: 0
                  No scores in OT (record 8 punts in 10 min. OT)

                  Rams 17
                  Bears 17
                  I had to laugh at this. But, given the current state of the Rams offense, it is plausible.

                  My prediction is the Rams will score 13, a TD and two field goals.
                  “Oh, 100 percent,” Donald said. “I feel like the words, ‘Thank you,’ ain’t enough. You’ve got to show it... Instead of saying thank you — show it.”


                  • #10
                    The Bears are not a good team, and neither are the Rams proving to be, but I feel like we'll bounce back and win this one. I don't know why I feel that way, because there is no reason too after the Pittsburgh game, but for some reason I do.

                    This game will be a huge indicator oh how bad this team really is if we lose, but not sure what a win indicates. I guess it depends on how dominant the win is and how Goff and the offense do.

                    I'm gonna go out on a huge limb and say Rams only turn the ball over twice (long stretch I know), and Win 27-21.


                    • #11
                      Not very confident right now. Both teams have issues. Should be a low scoring, ugly affair akin to last season's dud.

                      Bears 16
                      Rams 10


                      • #12
                        We really are a beat-down group. Ram's give us something this week we need...a win.

                        Rams 23
                        Bears 20


                        • #13
                          The Rams "should" win this game but I just don't know any more

                          Keeping the Rams Nation Talking


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                            by RamWraith
                            By Pat Kirwan
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                            2. The Bears are undefeated in the NFC (8-0).
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                            4. Chicago has 39 takeaways this season, tops in the league averaging three per game.
                            5. The Bears have the No. 2 defense in the NFL and No. 1 in average gain per pass.
                            6. Grossman has thrown more TD passes than any Bears QB in 11 years.
                            7. Chicago has allowed the fewest points per game with 12.5.
                            8. St. Louis is only averaging 16 points per game in its last five games.
                            9. The Rams are last in yards given up per play and the Bears are No. 1.
                            10. The Bears only give up 12.6 points per game on the road.

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                            4. The Bears allowed 192 yards rushing last week against Minnesota.
                            5. In three of the last five games, the Bears defense has given up plus-150 yards rushing per game.
                            6. St. Louis has averaged 27 points per game in its last five games Monday Night Football.
                            7. The Bears only average 3.57 yards per rush.
                            8. The Rams are the best offense in the NFL in giving up interceptions.
                            9. Chicago has lost seven straight on MNF and 1-10 all time.

                            WHEN THE BEARS HAVE THE BALL

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                          • Bears5490
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