4. Keep Feeding Jordan Howard
Last Sunday against the Vikings, Jordan Howard was a true difference maker for the Bears offense. In what was his best game of the season, Howard had 21 carries for 109 yards and two touchdowns.
Without a doubt, he’s been very consistent over the last five games proving that he can still be an effective player in Matt Nagy’s scheme. With Howard having his best five-game stretch of the season, the Bears need to continue feeding him.
All throughout 2018, the Eagles run defense was inconsistent. After not allowing a 100-yard rusher through the first five games of the season, Philadelphia regressed and allowed seven 100 yard rushers over an eight-game span.
Due to having a solid offensive line up front, the Bears were able to get Jordan Howard going early against the Vikings. Essentially, with Howard finding his groove, the entire Bears offense was in sync which helped Mitchell Trubisky and co. put on one of their best offensive showings of the season.