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670 staff predictions: Bears-Vikings

(670 Score) The Bears (2-2) visit the Vikings (3-1) Sunday afternoon at US Bank Stadium.

WBBM Newsradio 780 will broadcast the match, with kick-off scheduled for noon.
Our 670 The Score pregame show featuring Mike Mulligan, Patrick Mannelly and Anthony Herron will begin at 10 a.m. and continue until kickoff. Our post-game show will start right after the final buzzer. Listen to our live stream here.

You can check out all 670 previews of the Bears-Vikings game by clicking here. Below are the game predictions from our 670 hosts, producers and writers.

David Haugh (2-2): Vikings 31, Bears 16
I don’t know how the Bears keep this one close. Forget the jet lag after the Vikings’ trip to London. It’s overstated and exaggerated. The Vikings have way too much firepower offensively for the Bears defense, whether on the ground or in the air. As for the Bears offense, it’s hard to see how they’ll score multiple touchdowns with lower-level units on the offensive line, at wide receiver and at quarterback. A tough day in Minneapolis.

Danny Parkins (3-1): Vikings 30, Bears 13
I think the Vikings skill position guys are too much for the Bears defense. Besides, it’s Kirk Cousins ​​home at noon. It’s a good place for him.

Matt Spiegel (4-0): Vikings 27, Bears 20
The Vikings have too many ways to beat the Bears offensively and will benefit greatly from Jaylon Johnson’s continued absence. Meanwhile, Justin Fields and the Bears will make progress in the passing game. It will be the Bears’ first moral victory since opening the season against the 49ers.

Gabe Ramirez (2-2): Bears 27, Vikings 24
It’s like betting red every time at the casino. He’s bound to finally hit right?!? Nope? OKAY. Well, guess what I’m betting on? The Bears to keep in touch and pull off a surprise in the last minute of the game.

Shane Riordan (2-2): Bears 32, Vikings 30
Ugh.

Chris Tannehill (4-0): Vikings 34, Bears 23
This could be one of the worst matchups and biggest tests the Bears will see this season. The Bears showed us last Sunday that stopping the run is still a problem, which could give Dalvin Cook a chance to have a blast. With Johnson’s status up in the air, the Bears don’t have any real answers for Justin Jefferson either. I think the playbook will open late, giving way to some quarterback optimism, but eventually the Bears will fall to 2-3.

Adam Studzinski (1-3): Vikings 27, Bears 17
As much as I hate to admit that a team with Cousins ​​is the best, the Vikings are simply the best team. Their offensive weapons will be too much for the Bears to overcome, especially if Johnson misses another week and Kyler Gordon continues to struggle. Hopefully we get some progress from Fields. That’s all that really matters anyway.

Chris Emma (4-0): Vikings 31, Bears 16
The Bears are having game issues defensively, with Jefferson facing a battered secondary and Cook encountering the NFL’s latest run defense. Can Fields and the offense keep up? It doesn’t seem likely.

Cam Ellis (2-2): Vikings 24, Bears 17
This is, in my opinion, the coolest Real Life Matchup the Bears have on their schedule. Some prestigious TV channels Absolutely let a ‘Game of Thrones’ supporting actor star in a miniseries about bears battling Vikings. And I would stare at him. Bears-Cowboys has potential, as does Bears-Bills. But there’s just something a little cooler about the Norsemen taking on their woodland rivals in the arena. Nature is really neat.

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