Elijah Zelonky (4-2)
Alfred Morris is the same type of running back as Brandon Jacobs. He is also big and powerful. The only difference is, Morris is faster and better. If the Bears couldn’t stop a washed up Jacobs, how could they stop a young Alfred Morris? I don’t see that happening with ease. However, the Washington defense is pretty lackluster. I think that this game has the makings of a shoot out. However, I see the Bears finding a way to win. They have a more balanced offensive attack than the Washington Whatever-the-hell-they’re-calleds.
Bears 31 – ‘Skins 27
Cameron Curtis (3-3)
Not a lot of defense in this one. RG3 and Alfred Morris are too talented for the Bears’ defense to make a resurgence in this one, but the Bears have a pretty talented offense of their own. A couple of late Washington turnovers seal this one for the Monsters of the Midway.
Bears 41 – Redskins 37
Bob Zalabak (2-2)
Marc Trestman has had 10 days to prepare for the Skins and I think we will see some interesting new offensive wrinkles. The Jon Bostic era begins with the stiff test of keeping an eye on RGIII and his tremendous athleticism will have to shine through.
Bears 31 – Redskins 17
Michael Praser (4-2)
After the performance on Thursday night against Brandon Jacobs, I just don’t see how the Bears are going to stop Alfred Morris and RGIII in the running game. Oh wait, I know how. The Bears can drive up the score early where the Redskins will be forced to throw the ball in order to catch up. Yeah, that sounds good. The Bears are the better team and even though they are on the road, I believe they will win this one. Let the Jon Bostic era begin. Da Bears!
Bears 24 – Redskins 17
Keith Schultz (5-1)
The Redskins are struggling on Defense so this will be a great chance for Cutler and company to dominate an afternoon on the road. The Bears need to keep RG3 contained without giving up huge plays. The extra rest helps!