Bears vs Dolphins: Week 7 Staff Picks

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Robert Napier (3-3)

Fans are supposed to look forward to home games. While I think we can pull off our first home win, I’m still sweating it a little bit. Just when we look dominant on defense, and prolific on offense, the other Brandon Marshall, green, mental health awareness, $10,500 fine, cleat drops.

Miami is bringing a good defense to Soldier field and they were 3 seconds away from beating our rivals, (that we can’t seem to beat) Green Bay, if not for Aaron Rodgers being Joe clutch. Expect a close one, folks. Let’s get this home monkey off our backs now, because the second half of the schedule is home heavy.

Bears 31 – Dolphins 20

Whitney (2-4)   

The Bears have everything in their favor, home field advantage, offensive fire power and momentum coming off a big win against the Falcons. Last week was the most complete Bears team we have seen all season. The Dolphins will struggle to cover Marshall, Jeffrey, Bennett and Forte. The Bears defense will get after Tannehill and force turnovers. Cutler will continue to ball and have another solid error free game. I expect the Bears to ge their first home  win of the season this week.

Bears 31 – Dolphins 21

Coach Boss (3-3)

This is a momentum game to me, as in the Bears need and will continue to gain it. The defense looked solid against the #3 scoring offense in the league last week and Miami has no where near the fire power that Atlanta has.  The offense also broke out of its slump and put together its most complete game of the season. That will continue. The one thing that scares me a bit is the Dolphin front 7. They can get after the QB quite well and I can see a scenario where Cutty and the offense struggle to catch up to what the D throws at them. That being said, The Dolphins simply cannot match the weapons the Bears have; I believe the 1st half will be close and the Bears open it up in the 2nd half for a win going away.

Bears 37 Dolphins 19

Chad (1-0)

The Dolphins DEs pose an intriguing match up for the Bears Offensive Line. Look for Wake and Vernon to cause some pressure and a couple turnovers. The Bears LBs won’t get the same production from the front four and will give up some big plays. The Bears still can’t find a way to win at home.

Dolphins 24 – Bears 20

Elijah (2-4)

Bears edge out Miami despite Cameron Wake’s field day

Bears 24 Dolphins 23

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