Bears vs Rams: Bear Goggles On's Week 12 Staff Picks and Predictions

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Nov 17, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Josh McCown (12) calls a play against the Baltimore Ravens during the second half at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports

Elijah Zelonky (4-5)

This game will be too close for comfort, but the Bears will end up victorious. I’m counting on the Bears to get their 20-30 points and on the Rams to shoot themselves in the foot. But watch out for Zac Stacy.

Bears 27 Rams 23

Cameron Curtis (4-6)

Let the quarterback controversy begin!  I think this is the week that the offense takes its production to another level.  The Rams have a good defense, but I’m not sure they can match up with all of chicago’s weapons on offense.  I think Zac Stacy will run all over the Bears’ porous rush defense, but doesn’t it feel like the Bears are due a turnover-heavy game?  The Bears will give us all a glimpse of what they’re capable of this week and the Rams are simply in the way.

Bears 34 – Rams 14

Michael Praser (4-6)

I love it! I think I have finally figured out the system. If I pick against the Bears, they win. So this week, the Rams are going to take advantage of home field and pull out a close win with a field goal. Zac Stacy will run all over the Bears porous defensive line and McCown will throw his first interceptions of the year. Now it is time for the Bears to prove me wrong again. By the way, if you see a streaker running across the field Sunday, it’s probably Boomer in one of those nude bodysuits. Bring the Boom! Bears!

Rams 24  – Bears 21

Keith Schultz (7-3)

The Rams are a strange team to figure out. Their defense is pretty good and they have played better without Bradford behind center.  The Bears need this game badly to keep their playoff hopes on track. This will not be pretty, but it will be effective

Bears 17 – Rams 13

Robert Napier (6-4)

Rams have been playing pretty well lately, but so have my Bears. The team has all the incentive it needs to win this week, with Green Bay and Detroit both losing last Sunday. We need to keep putting wins in the bank to be prepared for Aaron Rodgers’ return, and to jump ahead of the Lions. I will pick my Bears to stay alive and leave St. Louis victoriously. Bear Down!!!

Bears 31 – Rams 21  

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