Oct 5, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte (22) celebrates with Chicago Bears guard Matt Slauson (68) after scoring a touchdown in the first quarter at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
Mike Praser (1-4)
Blowout. That is what I am predicting. The Falcons are really good at home and the Bears just fell apart the last two weeks. Devin Hester will probably run back two punts for touchdowns against the Bears awful special teams unit and Cutler will throw the ball to the Falcons defenders more than he throws it to Brandon Marshall. Matt Forte will probably have a great day. I love the Bears, but until they get their act together, I have no faith that they can beat anyone. Even a Falcons team who has a terrible defense and a patchwork offensive line. Lamarr Houston is lucky Sunday, he can’t eat any dirt when playing on artificial turf.
Bears 12 – Falcons 41
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The Bears are completely lost so far this season and their woes will continue on Sunday on the road against the Falcons. “Matty Ice” and the rest of the Falcons offense should have their way with the Bears defense and Devin Hester will have plenty of opportunities to prove that he still has plenty left in the tank. The season is beginning to unravel right before our eyes, Bears fans.
Falcons 27 – Bears 24
Mike Curcio (1-4)
Ok, I’m 1-4 predicting Bears games this year, so I’m not sure that anyone should listen to me. That being said, this Atlanta defense has been horrible this year and the Bear offense, though underachievers so far this year, will have no issues moving the ball. I believe that this team will rise above the adversity and pull off a big win in a tough stadium to win in.
Bears 30 – Falcons 27 (OT)
.500, here we come. I’m thinking this one will be close, but I have the Bears winning this one. I’m feeling a big game from Brandon Marshall.