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Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams Pick & Prediction OCT 26TH 2020

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On top in the NFC North and with confidence that is growing every week, the Chicago Bears head back under the lights on Monday night for another test on the road against the Los Angeles Rams.


Able to do just enough to win numerous times, the Bears (5-1) have just one victory against a team with a winning record.


In their two games against teams currently above .500, the Bears lost to the Indianapolis Colts 19-11 on Oct. 4 and defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20-19 on Oct. 8.


If there is one thing the Bears are skilled at over the years, and under multiple coaching staffs, it is building a defense that can give the offense just enough wiggle room to get the job done.


That defense has allowed quarterback Nick Foles to resurrect his career yet again. Foles rallied Chicago to a 30-26 victory against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 3, and he has gone 2-1 as the starter since. He guided the Bears to 23-16 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, when he completed 23 of 39 passes for 198 yards and a touchdown with one interception.


"I think we've made incremental changes, and it's continued to improve a little bit every week," Foles said. "I'd like to see a bigger progression this week, but you never know. The ultimate goal in this game is to win the game, it's not to put up a thousand fantasy points. It's like, whatever it takes to win a game, that's what you want to do."


The twist for the Bears, in their second prime-time game in three weeks, is that they will take on a team just as adept at defense.


While the Bears are seventh in the NFL in total defense, allowing 337.2 yards per game, the Rams are fourth on that list at 318.5 yards per game. And while Chicago gives up 19.3 points per game (seventh in the NFL), the Rams give up 19 points per game (fifth).


The Rams also have some questions to answer such as the fact that all four of their victories have come against teams in the lowly NFC East. They went to work this week to figure out why the offense was so off track in a 24-16 road defeat to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night.


Los Angeles had enough mistakes on both sides of the ball to fall against an injury-riddled defense. However, what might have been the most troubling was the inability of quarterback Jared Goff to link up with his favorite target, wide receiver Cooper Kupp.


Kupp was targeted nine times and made three receptions for 11 yards. But it wasn't all Goff's fault. Kupp has sure hands but dropped a quick sideline post route in the end zone on one second-half drive, and Goff threw an interception on the next play.


"We just didn't play good as a team," Rams All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald said.


Donald leads the NFL with 7.5 sacks but had a hard time getting to 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. The 49ers did use a quick-drop-and-throw strategy to protect Garoppolo, who is on the mend from a high ankle sprain. And it might be something the Bears adopt this week.


"The thing that I do genuinely believe is when you look at, 'OK, where did we fall short? Are these things we're capable of doing or are we just physically outmatched?'" Rams head coach Sean McVay said. "No, we're capable of executing and playing better football, being a cleaner operation."


The Rams reported fairly good health Thursday with only tight end Tyler Higbee (hand) and running back Darrell Henderson Jr. (thigh) missing practice.


The Bears had more issues. Among those not practicing Thursday: defensive tackle Akiem Hicks (illness), safety Sherrick McManis (hamstring) and cornerback Buster Skrine (ankle). Those limited: safety Deon Bush (hamstring) and tackle Rashaad Coward (finger).


--Field Level Media


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Chicago Bears

Los Angeles Rams

Player Position Lineup
Rashaad Coward primary: Left Guard Starter
Kyle Fuller primary: Cornerback Starter
Akiem Hicks primary: Defensive Tackle Starter
Eddie Jackson primary: Safety Starter
Charles Leno Jr. primary: Left Tackle Starter
Khalil Mack primary: Outside Linebacker Starter
Bobby Massie primary: Right Tackle Starter
David Montgomery primary: Runningback Starter
Bilal Nichols primary: Nose Tackle Starter
Roy Robertson-Harris primary: Defensive End Starter
Allen Robinson II primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Roquan Smith primary: Inside Linebacker Starter
Danny Trevathan primary: Inside Linebacker Starter
Cody Whitehair primary: Center Starter
Demetrius Harris primary: Tight End Starter
Jimmy Graham primary: Tight End Starter
Nick Foles primary: Quarterback Starter
Germain Ifedi primary: Right Guard Starter
Robert Quinn primary: Outside Linebacker Starter
Cole Kmet primary: Tight End Starter
Jaylon Johnson primary: Cornerback Starter
Tashaun Gipson Sr. primary: Safety Starter
Alex Bars primary: Offensive Linesman Substitution
Deon Bush primary: Defensive Back Substitution
DeAndre Houston-Carson primary: Defensive Back Substitution
Joel Iyiegbuniwe primary: Linebacker Substitution
Anthony Miller primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Ryan Nall primary: Runningback Substitution
Pat O'Donnell primary: Punter Substitution
Cordarrelle Patterson primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Duke Shelley primary: Defensive Back Substitution
Buster Skrine primary: Defensive Back Substitution
Javon Wims primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Josh Woods primary: Linebacker Substitution
J.P. Holtz primary: Tight End Substitution
Sam Mustipher primary: Offensive Linesman Substitution
James Vaughters primary: Linebacker Substitution
Brent Urban primary: Defensive End Substitution
Patrick Scales primary: Long Snapper Substitution
Barkevious Mingo primary: Linebacker Substitution
Kindle Vildor primary: Defensive Back Substitution
Darnell Mooney primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
John Jenkins primary: Defensive Tackle Substitution
Ted Ginn Jr. primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Cairo Santos primary: Kicker Substitution
Mario Edwards Jr. primary: Defensive End Substitution
Sherrick McManis primary: Defensive Back Not active
Riley Ridley primary: Wide Receiver Not active
Mitchell Trubisky primary: Quarterback Did not play
Jason Spriggs primary: Offensive Linesman Did not play
Trevis Gipson primary: Linebacker Not active
Arlington Hambright primary: Offensive Linesman Not active
Artavis Pierce primary: Runningback Not active
Player Position Lineup
Austin Blythe primary: Center Starter
Michael Brockers primary: Defensive End Starter
Austin Corbett primary: Right Guard Starter
Aaron Donald primary: Defensive Tackle Starter
Samson Ebukam primary: Outside Linebacker Starter
David Edwards primary: Left Guard Starter
Gerald Everett primary: Tight End Starter
Jared Goff primary: Quarterback Starter
Rob Havenstein primary: Right Tackle Starter
Darrell Henderson Jr. primary: Runningback Starter
Troy Hill primary: Left Cornerback Starter
John Johnson III primary: Free Safety Starter
Sebastian Joseph-Day primary: Nose Tackle Starter
Micah Kiser primary: Inside Linebacker Starter
Cooper Kupp primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Johnny Mundt primary: Tight End Starter
Jalen Ramsey primary: Right Cornerback Starter
Taylor Rapp primary: Strong Safety Starter
Darious Williams primary: Cornerback Starter
Robert Woods primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Andrew Whitworth primary: Left Tackle Starter
Leonard Floyd primary: Outside Linebacker Starter
Malcolm Brown primary: Runningback Substitution
Greg Gaines primary: Defensive Linesman Substitution
Johnny Hekker primary: Punter Substitution
David Long Jr. primary: Cornerback Substitution
Jake McQuaide primary: Long Snapper Substitution
Natrez Patrick primary: Outside Linebacker Substitution
Troy Reeder primary: Inside Linebacker Substitution
Josh Reynolds primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Nick Scott primary: Safety Substitution
Coleman Shelton primary: Offensive Linesman Substitution
Nsimba Webster primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Kenny Young primary: Inside Linebacker Substitution
Jachai Polite primary: Outside Linebacker Substitution
Cam Akers primary: Runningback Substitution
Van Jefferson primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Terrell Lewis primary: Outside Linebacker Substitution
Terrell Burgess primary: Safety Substitution
Brycen Hopkins primary: Tight End Substitution
Samuel Sloman primary: Kicker Substitution
Tremayne Anchrum Jr. primary: Offensive Linesman Substitution
JuJu Hughes primary: Safety Substitution
Morgan Fox primary: Defensive Linesman Substitution
Raymond Calais primary: Runningback Substitution
Justin Hollins primary: Linebacker Substitution
Brian Allen primary: Offensive Linesman Not active
Bobby Evans primary: Offensive Linesman Did not play
Tyler Higbee primary: Tight End Not active
John Wolford primary: Quarterback Did not play
Trishton Jackson primary: Wide Receiver Not active
Xavier Jones primary: Runningback Not active
Kai Forbath primary: Kicker Not active

Chicago Bears

Los Angeles Rams

  • Match Start
  • Period 1
  • MIN 3
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Pass
    • 4 Yards
    • Pass Receiver: Josh Reynolds
    • Conv Kicker: Samuel Sloman
    • Passer: Jared Goff
  • Period 2
  • MIN 4
    • scoring-play
    • Field Goal
    • 22 Yards
    • FG Kicker: Samuel Sloman
  • MIN 14
    • scoring-play
    • Field Goal
    • 42 Yards
    • FG Kicker: Cairo Santos
  • Period 3
  • MIN 1
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Pass
    • 12 Yards
    • Passer: Jared Goff
    • Pass Receiver: Gerald Everett
    • Conv Kicker: Samuel Sloman
  • MIN 8
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Rush
    • 1 Yards
    • Conv Kicker: Samuel Sloman
    • Rusher: Malcolm Brown
  • Period 4
  • MIN 7
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Fumble Return/Recovery
    • 8 Yards
    • Fumble Recoverer: Eddie Jackson
    • Conv Kicker: Cairo Santos
  • Match End


Last 10

W 50% L 50%
5 5
  • Minnesota L 19 - 13
  • @Tennessee L 17 - 24
  • New Orleans L 26 - 23
  • @L.A. Rams L 10 - 24
  • @Carolina W 23 - 16
  • Tampa Bay W 19 - 20
  • Indianapolis L 19 - 11
  • @Atlanta W 30 - 26
  • N.Y. Giants W 13 - 17
  • @Detroit W 27 - 23
W 70% L 30%
7 3
  • @Tampa Bay W 27 - 24
  • Seattle W 16 - 23
  • @Miami L 17 - 28
  • Chicago W 10 - 24
  • @San Francisco L 16 - 24
  • @Washington W 30 - 10
  • N.Y. Giants W 9 - 17
  • @Buffalo L 32 - 35
  • @Philadelphia W 37 - 19
  • Dallas W 17 - 20

Next Games

  • @Green Bay(12-15-19) L 13 - 21
  • Detroit(11-10-19) W 13 - 20
  • Houston(11-11-12) L 13 - 6
  • @Minnesota(12-29-19) W 21 - 19
  • @Jacksonville(10-07-12) W 41 - 3
  • San Francisco(10-13-19) L 20 - 7
  • @Arizona(12-01-19) W 34 - 7
  • New England(02-03-19) L 13 - 3
  • N.Y. Jets(11-18-12) L 27 - 13
  • @Seattle(10-03-19) L 29 - 30

Last Meetings

  • Bears @ Rams 10-24
  • Bears @ Rams 7-17
  • Rams @ Bears 6-15
  • Bears @ Rams 37-13
  • Bears @ Rams 21-42
  • Rams @ Bears 6-23
  • Rams @ Bears 9-17
  • Bears @ Rams 27-3
  • Bears @ Rams 42-27

Last Injuries

Los Angeles Rams

  • Ogbonnia Okoronkwo

    Ques Sun | I-R

    Okoronkwo has landed on the Injured Reserve/Designated for Return list after recovering from an elbow injury. The team has three weeks to activate him.

  • Micah Kiser

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Kiser is on the injured reserve list with a knee injury, and he will miss an undetermined length of time.

  • Terrell Lewis

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Lewis injured his knee, leaving his status for Sunday's contest against the 49ers on Sunday up in the air.

  • Trishton Jackson

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Jackson has missed the past three games due to an illness, and it is unclear if he will be available for Sunday's matchup versus 49ers.

  • Brian Allen

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Allen sat out his previous two games with a knee injury, and it is unclear if he will be available versus the 49ers on Sunday.

  • Tyler Higbee

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Higbee has an injured elbow, and it is undetermined if he will face the 49ers on Sunday.

  • Taylor Rapp

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Rapp has been moved to the injured reserve list with a knee sprain, and a timetable for return has yet to be declared.

  • Andrew Whitworth

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Whitworth will miss an significant length of time while on the injured reserve list due to a torn MCL and damage to the PCL in his left knee.

Chicago Bears

  • Javon Wims

    Elig Sun | out

    Wims is serving a two-game suspension for an on-field altercation, and he is eligible to return for Sunday's contest versus the Packers.

  • Mitchell Trubisky

    Prob Sun | probable

    Trubisky is laid up due to a shoulder injury, but he is projected to be available against the Packers on Sunday.

  • Charles Leno Jr.

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Leno Jr. is managing a toe injury, and it is undetermined if he will suit up against the Packers on Sunday.

  • Sam Mustipher

    Prob Sun | probable

    Mustipher has sat out the previous two games due to a knee injury, but he is expected to take the field on Sunday against the Packers.

  • Sherrick McManis

    Prob Sun | probable

    McManis missed his last game due to a fractured index finger, but it is likely that he will be available for Sunday's battle versus the Packers.

  • David Montgomery

    Prob Sun | probable

    Montgomery missed his last game with a concussion, but it is anticipated that he will be available for Sunday's tilt versus the Packers.

  • Cordarrelle Patterson

    Prob Sun | probable

    Patterson is projected to dress for Sunday's showdown against the Packers despite a calf injury.

  • Eddie Jackson

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Jackson has been shuttled to the Injured Reserve/COVID-19 list, and there is no indication when he will get back in the lineup.

Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams

Jared Goff threw two touchdown passes and the Los Angeles defense made a statement Monday night in the Rams' 24-10 victory over the Chicago Bears at Inglewood, Calif.

Malcolm Brown rushed for 57 yards a touchdown while Gerald Everett and Josh Reynolds each caught touchdown passes as the Rams (5-2) improved to 3-0 at their new $5 billion stadium. Goff was 23 of 33 for 219 yards.

The Rams' defense held the Bears (5-2) to 49 rushing yards while recording four sacks and two interceptions. The unit entered giving up 19 points per game, fifth best in the NFL before the start of Week 7. Los Angeles has given up just 33 second-half points in seven games.

Chicago's only touchdown came on an 8-yard fumble recovery and return in the fourth quarter by safety Eddie Jackson. The Bears entered allowing 19.3 points per game (seventh in the NFL through Week 6).

Bears quarterback Nick Foles was 28 of 40 for 261 yards.

After a tight first half, Los Angeles opened the lead to 17-3 early in the second half on a 1-yard run by Brown that capped a seven-play, 55-yard drive.

The Bears were poised to answer quickly, driving to the Los Angeles 9-yard line, but Foles had his pass in the end zone intercepted by safety Taylor Rapp.

Los Angeles boosted the advantage to 24-3 on a 12-yard pass from Goff to Everett with 1:34 remaining in the third quarter. The Bears' lone touchdown came with 7:30 remaining when Jackson picked up a fumble by Robert Woods and went into the end zone untouched.

The Rams had 223 yards of total offense in the first half while building a 10-3 lead. The Bears' offense had just 126 yards of offense in the opening two quarters.

The Rams took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter when Goff hit Reynolds on a 4-yard pass to cap a seven-play, 52-yard drive.

The Bears answered by driving 58 yards in eight plays and getting a 42-yard field goal from Cairo Santos on the second play of the second quarter. Los Angeles made it 10-3 five minutes before halftime on a 22-yard field goal from rookie Sam Sloman.

The Rams improved to 2-1 against the Bears over the past three seasons with the losing team scoring 10 points or fewer in each of the contests.

--Field Level Media