Bears Game Sunday: Bears vs Ravens odds and prediction for NFL Week 11 game

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The Chicago Bears are no strangers to losing. Last season, the team went on a six-game losing streak but still snuck into the playoffs with an 8-8 record. A big difference last season was that the Bears started out 3-0. This season, the team started 1-2. The chances of them turning this around are slim, but if the team is able to get Khalil Mack and Eddie Jackson back this week, it definitely could be a step in the right direction.

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The Baltimore Ravens are currently 6-3 and coming off an ugly 22-10 loss to a 2-7 Miami Dolphins team. The Dolphins were able to keep Lamar Jackson in check for the most part. He only rushed for 39 yards on nine carries. He also only threw for 238 yards, one touchdown and an interception. This was the second-worst game statistically of Lamar Jackson’s season. Can the Bears replicate or improve upon it?

Bears vs Ravens Odds Week 11

The Week 11 betting odds on WynnBET have the Bears as +6.5 underdogs at home. This is not surprising as the Bears are coming off a close loss to the Steelers — a game they should have won if not for Tony Corrente screwing them over with bad call after bad call. The Steelers and Ravens are not close to being on equal talent levels, and this game could get ugly really fast.

WynnBET set the Bears Moneyline at +230 (Bet $100 to win $230) and the over/under at 45.5. I am intrigued about the Moneyline if I am being honest. The chances of the Bears winning this game are slim, but we have seen so many underdogs come away with wins lately. One thing going against them is the fact they have lost seven consecutive games after a bye week — will that trend continue?

Bears vs Ravens Prediction Week 11

I would feel much better about the chances the Chicago Bears have at winning this game if I knew Khalil Mack and/or Eddie Jackson would be back. Even with those two, I’m still not sure it would be enough. Chicago’s defense is going downhill fast. The team was a top-10 defense throughout the first four weeks, now they are down to 22nd. Getting those two back would definitely help change things.

Luckily, Baltimore is currently worse at 25th. Chicago is 19th versus the pass and 21st versus the run. Baltimore is 24th versus the pass and 15th versus the run. This game is actually closer to being winnable than most think. The problem is an MVP-level Lamar Jackson quarterbacks one team, while a less-experienced rookie quarterback in Justin Fields quarterbacks the other. Fields seems to be hitting his stride, but will it be enough? Unfortunately, I don’t think so.

Ravens 24 – Bears 20

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