Elijah Zelonky (5-7)
The Bears and I should both be over .500 at this point. I think the Bears receivers will put on a show against the Cowboys in a Monday Night thriller.
Bears 31 Cowboys 25
Cameron Curtis (4-8)
The similarities between these two teams are mind-boggling. Two struggling Tampa-2 defenses and two talented, over thirty quarterbacks who just can’t seem to have post-season success to list a couple. I could go on, but I have limited space here. The one advantage I can see here for the Bears is that the Cowboys tend to collapse at this point in the season. Hopefully that’s still the case and the Bears roll this week.
Bears 34 – Cowboys 28
Michael Praser (6-6)
I’m in danger of having a better record than the Bears. Not what I wanted. Well, considering that this is a matchup of two awful defenses, I would normally expect some sort of shoot-out. Lots of touchdowns, highlights, yada, yada, yada. But, this is the NFL and it will probably be a low scoring snoozer. I have no confidence in the Bears defense anymore so I expect the Cowboys to run all over the Bears eating up lots of clock and scoring more points. How about them Cubs.