Bears vs Falcons: Week 6 Staff Picks

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Sep 28, 2014; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White (84) celebrates his touchdown with wide receiver Julio Jones (11) during the first quarter against the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Robert Napier (2-3)

Falcons are kind of like the Bears in that we’re not really sure if they are good or not this season. One thing is for sure………….they are better at home. It’s time for our WR duo to prove they are the best in the NFL, going up against their #1 contenders in Roddy White and Julio Jones of Atlanta. If we take care of the football, have at least an average running game, use all of our weapons, get takeaways, and special teams just doesn’t screw up, we’ll win this game. Oh wait……….that’s alot to ask. That’s OK, make it happen Bears, we know you can do it. Don’t do it for us though, do it for yourselves, because you can.

Bears 45- Falcons 34

Whitney (2-3)

The Bears have struggled on all sides of the ball the last few weeks. The offense can’t finish drives, defense can’t stop anyone and special teams are questionable. Unfortunately, I think the Bears get their third straight loss this week. Hopefully, Devin Hester doesn’t extend his record, that would make the loss even worse.

Bears 21 – Falcons 31

Coach Boss (2-3)

For as bad as the Bears have played in the 2nd half of the past two games it is difficult to see them changing anytime soon, especially on the road in Atlanta against a scary Falcons team. This team is still coming into their own and they have yet to play a full 60 minutes. Although I might be in the minority on this, I see the Cutty doing just enough in the 2nd half and the ST actually doing something positive, and the Bears pull out the victory with little to no time left on the clock.

Bears 31 Falcons 30

Chad (0-0)

The Bears defense will need to get pressure from their front four or blitz to speed up Matt Ryan’s decision making. If they sit back in Cover 2 and Cover 3 shells, Ryan could have a field day. The Bears will put up points on Atlanta’s woeful defense, but can’t execute down the stretch.

Falcons 31 – Bears 27

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