670 staff predictions: Bears-Cowboys


(670 The Score) The Bears (3-4) visit the Cowboys (5-2) on Sunday afternoon at AT&T Stadium.

WBBM Newsradio 780 will carry the game, with kickoff set for noon.
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You can check out all of 670’s preview coverage of the Bears-Cowboys matchup by clicking here. Below are game predictions from our 670 hosts, producers and writers.

David Haugh (3-4): Cowboys 29, Bears 23
Momentum will accompany the Bears into Dallas, but it won’t help them block Micah Parsons. He and the Cowboys’ pass rush threaten to dominate the Bears, regardless of how much they emphasize the running game. Justin Fields has the ability and the athleticism to make this interesting, but Dallas’s defense remains one of the NFL’s most explosive and opportunistic. Expect the Bears to compete but ultimately fall short.

Danny Parkins (4-3): Cowboys 28, Bears 17
The Bears don’t have extra time to prepare, and no amount of time would be enough to keep Micah Parsons and Demarcus Lawrence out of the backfield.

Matt Spiegel (5-2): Cowboys 27, Bears 24
The Bears cover with a spirited and unified effort in all three phases, but the Cowboys’ pass rush is just too much. Justin Fields’ fumble problems hurt him this week.

Gabe Ramirez (3-4): Bears 16, Cowboys 13
I’m not flying down to Dallas with 14 family members to watch the Bears lose. Dak Prescott will throw two picks, and the Bears will win a low-scoring game. The Cowboys lead the league in sacks, and Bears lead the league in sacks allowed. It’s going to be an ugly game, but the Bears will pull it out on a last-second Cairo Santos field goal.

Shane Riordan (3-4): Bears 28, Cowboys 13
As the foremost expert on all things Bears – and the only Score employee on a one-week winning streak – I've got some good news for you. There’s no amount of Dak Prescott pregame hip thrusts that would hump the Cowboys over the Bears this Sunday. Justin Fields throws for 250 yards, and N'Keal Harry catches his first touchdown as a Bear.

Chris Tannehill (5-2): Cowboys 30, Bears 23
I haven't been this excited about the Bears’ trajectory in quite some time, but the reality is the defense has taken a hit following the Robert Quinn trade. You haven't heard Quinn's name called a lot on broadcasts this season, but he’s still a disruptive force who could’ve come in handy against one of the top offensive lines in the NFL. This will be a huge test for Matt Eberflus' team following its biggest victory, which came on a national stage. The Bears will have to prove that they aren’t complacent and are ready to compete at a high level with consistency.

Adam Studzinski (2-5): Cowboys 25, Bears 17
I've reached the point of having no idea how to predict the outcomes for this Bears team. Unless your name is Shane Riordan, you weren't predicting a blowout in New England. The Bears hopefully build on some of what they did against the Patriots, but this Cowboys defense is a completely different animal. The Bears keep it to a one-score game, and we get a moral victory in this one!

Chris Emma (5-2): Cowboys 24, Bears 20
I'm riding a two-game losing streak in making Bears predictions, and I’m still stunned both by that horrible loss to the Commanders and the dominant win against the Patriots. Can the Bears pull another upset over the Cowboys? I'm tempted to pick Chicago but just can't do it. A close game goes to Dallas.

Cam Ellis (3-4): Cowboys 25, Bears 19
I feel like this may be the game that everyone thought Bears-Patriots was going to be, but I’m also a big dumb idiot who has gotten these predictions wrong for most of the season. Between the highs of a win in New England and the lows of no longer having player-voted captain Robert Quinn, this has all the makings of a hangover game. The Bears are already back, but by this time next week, they could be “in the hunt.” I don't think they will be, but anything is possible.

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