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NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers at Chicago Bears Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Book it.

It’s happening. The Chicago Bears will beat the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday afternoon. History isn’t on their side, but that just means they’re due. The Bears are 3-2 overall against the Ravens, but they’ve never won in Baltimore. That changes on Sunday. The Ravens have defeated the last 11 rookie quarterbacks that they’ve faced in the John Harbaugh era at home, but Mitchell Trubisky changes that.

The Ravens may be 3-2, they may be coming off a 30 point offensive explosion in Oakland, but they aren’t that good a football team right now. They beat the two teams from Ohio, and a Raiders team that started E.J. Manuel at quarterback.

In my latest T Formation Conversation podcast (Subscribe now on iTunes!), I go over four reasons why the Bears will leave Baltimore with a 2-4 record.

After giving my show a listen, scroll down and check out my guest appearance on the Chase Thomas Podcast.

What do you guys think about the game? Do you see a Bears win?


Chase asked me about the general state of the Bears. We talked Trubisky and Glennon, the running game, the lack of wide outs, the defensive playmakers, and we talked about some coaching options for 2018.

FYI, my segment below starts around the 1:03 mark.