Sep 14, 2014; Santa Clara, CA, USA; Chicago Bears cornerback Tim Jennings (26) and strong safety Danny McCray (29) and strong safety Brock Vereen (45) and strong safety Ryan Mundy (21) celebrate after causing a turnover against the San Francisco 49ers during the fourth quarter at Levi
Week 3 is mostly in the books, but one important game remains – it’s the Chicago Bears visiting the Big Apple to take on the New York Jets on Monday Night Football. It’s a good thing that the Bears are better than most of our staffers, who can’t seem to figure this team out. Let’s see if we can right the ship this week.
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Which Bears team will show up on Monday Night, the team who rallied back against the 49ers or the group who folded at home to the Buffalo Bills. The Bears are 5-1 in prime time under Marc Trestman, so he’s got something figured out. The Bears find a way to slow down the Jets rushing attack and escape New York with a victory.
Bears 23 – Jets 20
Mike Flannery (0-2)
I’m surprised that the Bears are 3 point dogs in this one. Vegas is basically saying the Bears & Jets are equal. That’s insutling. I think the O-line continues their strong play and gives Cutler enough time to pick apart a bad Jets secondary. The defense builds on the momentum from the 2nd half in San Fran and shuts down Geno Smith and a weak Jets offense.