Chicago Bears 2013 Season Over/Unders

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Aug 23, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) throws a pass to wide receiver Brandon Marshall (15) during the first quarter of the game against the Oakland Raiders at O.Co Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Brandon Marshall – Total Receiving Yards in the 2013 Regular Season

Over/Under                               1250½

My prediction: Under

Brandon Marshall – Total Receiving Touchdowns in the 2013 Regular Season

Over/Under                               9½

My prediction: Under

Brandon Marshall – Total Receptions in the 2013 Regular Season       

Over/Under                               102½

My prediction: Under

Alshon Jeffery – Total Receiving Yards in the 2013 Regular Season     

Over/Under                               750½

My prediction: Under

Martellus Bennett – Total Receiving Yards in the 2013 Regular Season

Over/Under                               650½

My prediction: Under

Martellus Bennett – Total Receiving Touchdowns in the 2013 Regular Season 

Over/Under                               5½

 My prediction: Over

Michael Bush – Total Rushing Touchdowns in the 2013 Regular Season

Over/Under                               5½

 My prediction: Over

Julius Peppers – Total Sacks in the 2013 Regular Season

Over/Under                               9½

My prediction: Under

Charles Tillman – Total Interceptions in the 2013 Regular Season  

Over/Under                              3

 My prediction: Over

Charles Tillman – Total Forced Fumbles in the 2013 Regular Season         

Over/Under                               4½

My prediction: Under

What do YOU think?  What are your predictions for overs/unders for the season.  What’s your prediction for Over/Under on Number of Bears wins, which is set at 8½???

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