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Following an exciting Monday Night Football matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Las Vegas Raiders, the Washington Commanders and Chicago Bears sure have much to live up to in terms of excitement and offense.
While this game may not look thrilling on paper, there’s plenty of opportunity for the offense to emerge here. We’ll illustrate that throughout single-player prop bet selections and projections.
Let’s dive in.
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The Chicago Bears allow under 200 yards passing per game and 170 rushing yards. These stats would make you think that the Commanders should turn to the ground more, but the Bears allow 2.4 touchdowns per game.
The Bears don’t have an all-that intimidating secondary. Cornerback Jaylon Johnson and safety Eddie Jackson are two guys to watch for. Still, the rest provide excellent matchups for Wentz.
While Wentz is often dogged, he has more than 300 passing yards in three games this season and has also thrown for more than 1.5 touchdowns in three games.
The Bears aren’t the team to stop him unless the Commanders open up with two rushing scores.
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With just 679 passing yards on the year, Fields hasn’t been one to pick apart opposing secondaries this season. Week 5 was the first time he cleared 200 yards, and he’s only cleared 173.5 yards twice this season, which was Weeks 4 and 5.
Against the Commanders, Fields gets a secondary that, outside of safety Kamren Curl has been atrocious this season.
They allow 235 passing yards per game. While Fields doesn’t necessarily have the best weapons in the world, this could be a good spot to start getting some guys the ball downfield, especially if they want to contend with a potential gunslinging Wentz.
The Bears will hope to run the ball with Fields and running back Khalil Herbert. Still, if they’re unable to, they’ll be playing from behind, and the Commanders defense will allow some yards through the air.
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With six interceptions and 10 turnover-worthy plays, it will be tough to take this Wentz under, which indicates he’ll be clean in the interception column. He’s thrown an interception in every game this year except Week 3.
There’s certainly risk here with Wentz and the way he throws the ball, but we’re aiming for this +100 price.
The Bears have five interceptions this year with the majority coming from safety Eddie Jackson.
However, as mentioned, the rest of the defense isn’t anything to be too afraid of.
Also, the Commanders will look to at least try and get the run game going, which should help out with Wentz’s potential turnovers.
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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