Elijah Zelonky (4-5)
The Bears will rebound from Sunday’s miserable performance and defeat the defending champs at home. Expect the run game to be a lot better, and expect Josh McCown to play another solid game.
Bears 31 Ravens 23
Cameron Curtis (4-5)
Who wants to bet that Ray Rice finally looks healthy this week? This guy does. The national media will take this as the Ravens’ offense finally hitting their stride, but Bears fans will know it’s because Chicago’s defense stinks. I think it’ll be another week before the Bears really hit their stride as a team.
Bears 28 – Ravens 31
Michael Praser (4-5)
Hey, my record matches the Ravens record. Well, this week I’m going to do it again, I’m going to pick against the Bears. The Ravens are going to come into soldier Field and take advantage of the Bears awful run defense which will then open up the play action pass and torch the Bears secondary. The Bears only hope is to score points on offense and I don’t think McCown will have as good of game as he did against the Packers. Hey, I figure if I pick against the Bears that hopefully they prove me wrong like they did against the Packers. For the win, whatever works. Bears!
Ravens 24 Bears 12
Keith Schultz (6-3)
The Ravens offense will not be as big of a factor Sunday. If McCown can keep the offense on schedule, last Sunday’s loss will be a long lost memory. Don’t expect fireworks just a couple of big plays.
Bears 24 – Ravens 21
Robert Napier (5-4)
Still emotionally broken over home loss to Lions. Ravens are struggling this year too, though. At least they have some nice shiny Super Bowl rings to look at while suffering. Bears are looking for redemption from last week in front of their fans before going out on the road. I’m picking them to pull this one off. Why? Because I love them and that’s what fans do, they love them until they can love themselves.