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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Team Pick Crows vs. Bears: Who Will Win Sunday’s Week 11 Chicago Game?

Here’s how The Baltimore Sun’s athletic staff view the outcome of Sunday afternoon’s Week 11 game between The Ravens (6-3) and the Chicago Bears (3-6) at Soldier Field:

Jonas Schaffer, reporter

Ravens 24, Bears 21: The Ravens have a week and a half to fix what went wrong in Miami, but Lamar Jackson’s limited workweek could make up for some of that introspection. It’s also worth looking at the trauma situation in Chicago; The bears may again lose a few stars. After all, in a match between a team that was struggling away and a team that was struggling all over the place, it makes sense to bet against a team with a young quarterback. Chargers ‘Justin Herbert fought the Ravens’ defensive stares in his first trial. Will Bears rookie Justin Fields live better?

Mike Preston, columnist

Ravens 21, Bears 14: The Ravens will appear in this game after being confused by the Dolphins in Miami last week. This game isn’t particularly exciting, especially since the Bears are struggling, but it will be interesting to see rookie quarterback Justin Fields take on the Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. Both are elusive and can be played on the go. Apart from these two, this game probably won’t be very interesting.

Childs Walker, reporter

Ravens 31, Bears 20: The Ravens came out of Miami and never solved the problems the attacking defense had thrown at them. They will have another chance to cement the win in Chicago, where the Bears were mediocre defensively and volatile offensively, with freshman Justin Fields as quarterback. This time the Ravens will do it, led by Lamar Jackson to rebound against a less successful defense.

Ryan McFadden, reporter

Ravens 28, Bears 17: Sunday provides the Crows with a great opportunity to return to the win column after struggling to get past Miami’s tough defenses last week. The Bears’ offensive has been inconsistent under Justin Fields, and their defense has struggled, averaging 33.3 points over the past three games. Lamar Jackson will have a good record, and don’t be surprised if rookie-successor Rashod Bateman finally fixes his first touchdown of his career.

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CJ Dong, editor

Ravens 24, Bears 16: Chicago is not doing very well this year, ranking 26th on the DVOA’s soccer underdog rankings. Even the Bears’ usually strong defenses were disappointing, and Sunday may have lacked powerful striker Khalil Mak and defender Akiem Hicks. The only thing holding Chicago back is rookie quarterback Justin Fields, who shows his best pro performance in a small defeat to the Steelers. John Harbaugh’s teams routinely feast on rookie quarterbacks, even though former Bears Round 1 pick Mitchell Trubiski came to M&T Bank Stadium and won in 2017. Fields will be out of luck against Lamar Jackson.

Tim Schwartz, editor

Ravens 27, Bears 17: The Ravens have enough veterans who know they can’t lay an egg for two weeks in a row after an extremely disappointing game against the Dolphins last Thursday. The Bears have a rookie quarterback and can’t stop running – a recipe that goes well with what the Crows love to do. Assuming the illness that prevented defenseman Lamar Jackson and wide receiver Rashod Bateman from training is not serious, and Marquise Brown’s massive hip injury does not prevent him from playing, the Ravens should be as healthy as they have been all season with tight-end Nick. Boyle returned, and the fleeing Latavius ​​Murray looked good enough to leave. Crazier things have happened this shaky NFL season, but expect The Ravens to get back on track with a solid win.

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