2017-18 NFL Predictions, and Odds: Chicago Bears Forecast.

 

Written and authored by National Football League Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Betting news and notes.

NFL ATS Picks are again the best in the industry and will continue through the annual Super bowl Spectacle in February of 2018.

This Sports Handicapper believes the Chicago Bears organization did themselves a favor by parting ways with quarterback Jay Cutler.

The McCaskey Family, has one of the most passionate fanbases in all of the sports and the faithful are tired of mediocrity.

Head Coach John Fox enters his third season on the sidelines in the “WINDY CITY.” He has plenty of experience in Carolina and Denver, where he brought success to both franchises. Fox took both Carolina and Denver to Super bowl appearances, losing both times.

The “MONSTERS OF THE MIDWAY” went 3-13 in 2016, but a quick turnaround is possible.

Fox is a master of making quick fixes on the offensive and defensive line.

General Manager Ryan Pace job is on the line and brought in Mike Glennon to take over the quarterback job.

Chicago plays in the NFC North with Green Bay, Detroit, and Minnesota.

 

The 2017 Chicago Bears offense can’t go anywhere but up. Chicago finished next to last in the NFL scoring points in 2016; only the Cleveland Browns were worse.

Rookie Running Back Jordan Howard (1,313) rushing yards last season was a pleasant surprise. The former UAB and Indiana University star came out of nowhere to be the fifth leading rusher in the league.

Chicago must improve in every area on offense and produce more than their 17.4 points per game in 2016. Offensive Coordinator Dowell Loggains understands the dynamics of the division; it gets cold in October and conditions become rugged.

Number-Two overall draft choice Mitchell Trubisky will not be pressed into service, Glennon will have that distinction and welcomes the challenge. Trubisky will get his chance and is the future of the franchise.

Wideout Alshon Jeffery is now in Philadelphia, but Victor Cruz, Kendall Wright, and former first-round draft pick Kevin White have the talent to become the best in the division.

The offensive line must do a better job in pass protection.

The key to success for Chicago on offense is to protect the quarterback and for a receiver to become a breakout player.

 

The 2017 Chicago Bears defense had one of the most talented secondaries in the National Football League.

However, they were not very good against the run, and that stat must improve.

Longtime defensive coordinator Vic Fangio came over with Fox, and they should turn the corner in the 2017 season.

Nose Tackle Eddie Goldman is the mainstay on the defensive line. 2016 First Round draft choice Leonard Floyd showed flashes in his rookie season, Sam Ocho, and Pernell McPhee all have the ability to rush the passer.

Former Denver standout Danny Trevathan will call signals from his inside linebacker position.

Cornerback Prince Amukamara joins a young secondary, and he will provide veteran leadership. The second year Florida Atlantic University cornerback Cre’Von LeBlanc did a masterful job in his rookie season. Kyle Fuller must live up to expectations as a former top round draft choice.

The key to success for the Bears defense is to stop the run and get off of the field on third down.

Winning National Football League Betting News, and Notes.

Free Betting Odds Prediction: The 2017-18 Chicago Bears will go 8-8 and finish third in the NFC North, division.

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