Here are our game predictions from our on-air personalities, producers, writers and more. Tony Gill sits alone in first place at 7-2, with three others trailing him at 6-3.
The Bears and Rams entered the season as favorites in the NFC. It has since been a challenging year for both, and Sunday night should determine their legitimacy. The Rams’ inconsistencies will be lesser than those of the Bears in a fun contest at the Coliseum.
NBC is wondering why we're spending this night together. In a game that should've been flexed, the Bears need to decide whether they will live or die in L.A. The Rams played their worst game of the season against the Bears last year, and they barely lost. Bryan Witzmann won't be walking through that door.
I want for this to be a game in which the Bears defense shines and takes charge against such a bad and battered offensive line. It still could be ... but my faith in the offense is nonexistent.
I’m enjoying all the Kool-Aid being sipped because the Rams are broken. So was Detroit.
I will be in Los Angeles this weekend to celebrate a friend’s bachelor party with a Bears loss, but we won’t care because of the great weather and adult beverages.
The Rams offensive line is struggling, so I feel like this could be a game for the Bears pass rush to get right. If that happens, Jared Goff will turn the ball over multiple times. I’m predicting a defensive touchdown by the Bears.
I’d love to pick the Bears because Sean McVay is incredibly annoying. But I’m going to need to see something much more impressive than overcoming a beat-up Lions team before I start believing in the Bears again.
A matchup between two overhyped offensive frauds as head coaches goes the way of a defensive battle. Again.
The Rams defense isn’t the Lions defense. It’s better. So the Bears offense is going to struggle yet again. The Rams have been hampered by offensive line injuries, but I can’t get the thought of Nick Kwiatkoski getting burned in coverage out of my head. The Rams will get in the end zone. The Bears won’t.
“I don’t like L.A. There’s a reason I couldn’t wait to leave. But the best/worst/best again part of Hollywood is the nonstop parade of delusion you get to see … Right now there are a million people in Hollywood who are all going to make it.” — David Cross
Sounds like this kind of delusion is perfect for Trubisky. Just like the kid from your high school musical who played the understudy to “tree #2,” Trubisky is the theatrical reject not talented enough to play an inanimate object.
That being said, Jared Goff DOESN”T KNOW WHAT SIDE OF THE COUNTRY THE SUN RISES ON.
Goff is a Trubisky who got paid, and I can’t stand for that.