670 Staff Predictions: Bears-Redskins

(670 The Score) The Bears (1-1) will be looking for their second straight win when they visit the Redskins (0-2) in Washington on Monday night.
Kickoff is set for 7:15 p.m. Monday, and the game 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 6 p.m. on the online stream here.
We've had plenty of Bears-Redksins preview coverage, all of which you can find here.

Here are our game predictions from our on-air personalities, producers, writers and more. Through two weeks, it's Tony Gill who's the lone individual with a 2-0 mark. A large pack sitting at 1-1 trails him.

Chris Emma (1-1): Bears 27, Washington 13

The first step for a struggling Bears offense was to establish the run. Now with balance heading into Washington, quarterback Mitchell Trubisky will have opportunities to beat a porous Redskins defense. Look for the Bears to leave the Beltway with a two-score win.

Chris Tannehill (0-2): Bears 20, Washington 3

They say you shouldn’t strive for perfection, but I’m poised to be 0-3. Coming off an uplifting victory last week, the Bears and Mitch Trubisky have a great opportunity to get right under the light in facing this Washington defense.

Connor McKnight (1-1): Bears 19, Washington 7

The Bears will win. The whole game will be atrocious. It won’t change the conversation at all.

Dan McNeil (0-2): Bears 27, Washington 19

The Bears have to do better offensively, don't they?

Danny Parkins (1-1): Bears 24, Washington 10

If the Bears don’t score touchdowns, it’s torches and pitchforks time.

David Haugh (1-1): Bears 20, Washington 10

Only Mitch Trubisky can stop Mitch Trubisky on "Monday Night Football." The Redskins defense has provided no reason to think it can stop anybody -- especially the secondary. Expect the Bears to break out of their offensive slump. And there's no way Redskins quarterback Case Keenum carves up this Bears defense, which will continue to roll.

Herb Lawrence (1-1): Washington 20, Bears 12

After the Bears barely escaped with a win against the Broncos in Denver, I’m more worried about them than I was after they lost to the Packers in the opener. Mitchell Trubisky is lost, and Matt Nagy knows it. That’s why his game plan in Denver was so risk-averse. The Bears can’t play that way and win with a diesel defense all the time. The Washington RacialSlurs (h/t Tony Gill) aren’t good but did give their division foes a tough battle in each of the first two weeks. With the Bears on the road and under the Monday night lights, I’m not convinced that Trubisky is ready for us. Please prove me wrong.

Jay Zawaski (1-1): Bears 5, Washington 3

I don’t know. The Bears might suck, but their defense is good. And Washington isn’t good either.

Joe Ostrowski (0-2): Bears 22, Washington 9

Forget my 0-2 mark above. The important record for me is that I’m 2-0 against the spread in picking Bears results, who will cover for the first time this season come Monday. And let’s really step out — Mitch Trubisky will have a touchdown pass for the first time this season too.

Julie DiCaro (1-1): Bears 20, Washington 7

Washington’s offensive line has been allowing enough pressure that Khalil Mack and Co. should have a feast. The real question is if the Bears’ offense can get it together in Week 3.

Nick Shepkowski (1-1): Bears 31, Washington 10

The Washington Redskins would make me look like a capable NFL quarterback.

Rick Camp (1-1): Bears 20, Washington 10

The Bears score 20 points! It’s a low bar, but the Bears have only reached that plateau twice since Mitchell Trubisky returned from injury last season. Washington is bad. Even though I think the Redskins’ defense is better than they showed against the Eagles and Cowboys, the offense is trash, save for Terry McLaurin.

Shane Riordan (1-1): Bears 27, Washington 10

Sometimes people forget the cost of living in D.C. is among among the highest in the nation. Imagine paying $1,800 for a studio and only being able to hang out at national monuments all day.

Tony Gill (2-0): Bears 28, Washington 6

I can’t and won’t root for the racial slurs in any manner.​