Three bold predictions for Chicago Bears season finale against the Green Bay Packers

The Bears have the chance to finish their season strong

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The Bears rush for over 200 yards

Expect a big day for the Bears rushing attack. They just might have 200 team rushing yards when it's over.

The Packers defense is ranked 24th, per Pro Football Network. In head coach Matt LaFleur's fifth season, the team has struggled to get stops, especially when it comes to their run defense. The Packers have allowed 131.6 rushing yards per game and 15 touchdowns this season, which makes them the 28th best run defense, per FOX Sports.

Fields and the Bears offense have 2,324 rushing yards heading into Sunday--the second most in the league, per StatMuse. Fields leads the way with 630 yards, while Khalil Herbert (583 yards), D'Onta Foreman (425 yards) and Roschon Johnson (332 yards) have all had solid seasons as a running back committee, per Pro Football Reference.

Based off the facts, the Bears should be able to have a great day running the ball.

Herbert has the hot hand right now, rushing for over 100 yards and one touchdown in back-to-back weeks, per ESPN. If they give the tough runner the carries he deserves, he could have another big game. Expect Johnson to get a solid amount of carries, as well. The former Texas Longhorn has showed signs he's the running back of the future this season.