670 Staff Predictions: Bears-Chiefs

(670 The Score) The Bears (7-7) host the Chiefs (10-4) at Soldier Field on Sunday night.
Kickoff is set for 7:20 p.m. and can be heard on air on WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9 FM. You can also listen on desktop computers here.
670 The Score will have pregame coverage with Hub Arkush, Patrick Mannelly and Olin Kreutz starting at 4 p.m., which you can listen to here.
We've had plenty of Bears-Chiefs preview coverage, all of which you can find here.

Here are our game predictions from our on-air personalities, producers, writers and more. Danny Parkins has the solo lead at 11-3, with Chris Emma and Tony Gill trailing by a game at 10-4.

Chris Emma (10-4): Chiefs 24, Bears 16
Draft night 2017 will be in the spotlight for four quarters as Patrick Mahomes leads the Chiefs by Mitchell Trubisky’s beleaguered Bears.
Chris Tannehill (8-6): Chiefs 28, Bears 20

I actually think the Bears will keep this one close. With Akiem Hicks scheduled to play, this changes how I see the game playing out. Matt Nagy will have his team ready to play in a game that some thought could be a Super Bowl preview. I think the Bears’ effort Sunday night will have us even more frustrated at how 2019 played out. The Chiefs still win -- on a late touchdown drive led by Mahomes.

Connor McKnight (7-7): Chiefs 28, Bears 10

Nagy may indeed have his Bears ready to play and invested in the final two games that remain, but it won’t matter here. The Chiefs are just a better squad.

Dan McNeil (7-7): Chiefs 30, Bears 15

You can run on the Chiefs, but Inspector Gadget won't conscend to that against his master.

Danny Parkins (11-3): Chiefs 31, Bears 20
The Bears play hard, but the Chiefs are too good with too much to play for. Andy Reid gets the best of Nagy.
David Haugh (8-6): Chiefs 27, Bears 20
Herb Lawrence (7-7): Chiefs 37, Bears 13

The Chiefs are much better than the Bears when both are fighting for something. So in this game in which the Bears are going through the motions, it will be a beating on the lakefront.

Jay Zawaski (6-8): Chiefs 35, Bears 17

The Chiefs are a better football squadron than the Bears. #Analysis

Joe Ostrowski (4-10): Chiefs 27, Bears 17

Kansas City's offense gains the second-most yards per play (6.2) and the Bears gain the second-fewest (4.7). Good luck keeping up with the reigning MVP and his explosive weapons.

Julie DiCaro (7-7): Chiefs 30, Bears 17

Just let it be over already.

Nick Shepkowski (6-8): Chiefs 31, Bears 0

The Chiefs are allowing just more than 10 points per game over the last month. That’s not good for a Bears team that was just eliminated from playoff contention, while the Chiefs still have a potential postseason bye at stake that they’re trying like all hell to steal from the Patriots.

Rick Camp (8-6): Chiefs 27, Bears 13

Reid will show how this offense should be called, Mahomes will show how it should be run, Travis Kelce will show why the tight end position matters so much and the Bears offense will struggle against a defense that’s improving.

Shane Riordan (7-7): Bears 18, Chiefs 7

Since the game doesn’t matter for the Bears, my opinion doesn’t matter and the score doesn’t matter. Everything is on fire.

Tony Gill (10-4): Chiefs 31, Bears 0

The Bears chose Trubisky over Mahomes and Deshaun Watson. (Tony then included a dozen laughing crying face emojis.)