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How to Bet Bears vs. Redskins NFL Week 3 Odds, Trends and Prediction

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Chicago Bears Vs. Washington Redskins NFL betting odds and game picks

Initially, the Bears were considered the team to beat in the NFC North. Chicago won the division going away last year as their rivals faltered. However, the new season has been a challenge for the Bears. Green Bay scored a betting on NFL games upset at the Bears in Week One. Denver nearly and probably should have upset Chicago in Week two. Of great concern for head coach, Matt Nagy is an offense not producing at the same rate as 2018. By contrast, expectations are routinely low for the Redskins. Washington continues to suffer from the ownership of Daniel Snyder.

Chicago Bears Vs. Washington Redskins

When: Monday, September 23, 8:15 p.m. ET
Where: FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland
TV: ESPN
Stream: NFL Game Plan
Chicago Bears Vs. Washington Redskins Betting Odds
Team SP/RL TOTAL ML
Bears -3½ (-110) 41½ (-110) -200
Redskins +3½ (-110) 41½ (-110) +170
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Chicago Bears

So far, the Bears are 1-1 straight up, 0-2 vs. the line and with two under. Chicago escaped Denver with a 16-14 win thanks to a 53-yard field goal by Eddy Pineiro at the gun. Despite the win there are legitimate worries about the Bears. NFL metrics have Chicago ranked 30th for both total and scoring offense. However, the Monsters of the Midway defense has been strong and ranks third-best in the NFL. Head coach Matt Nagy has to be concerned about the production drop from quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. But Trubinsky was clutch at Denver at the end.

Players to Watch: QB Mitchell Trubisky (58% COMP, 348 YDS, 4.8 AVG, 0 TD, 1 INT, 65 RTG), RB David Montgomery (24 RSH, 80 YDS, 3.3 YPC, 1 TD, 2 REC, 33 YDS, 16.5 YPC, 0 TD), RB Tarik Cohen (4 RSH, 18 YDS, 4.5 YPC, 0 TD, 10 REC, 56 YDS, 5.6 YPC. 0 TD), WR Allen Robinson (11 REC, 143 YDS, 13.0 YPC, 0 TD), WR Taylor Gabriel (3 REC, 35 YDS, 11.7 YPC, 0 TD), TE Adam Shaheen (4 REC, 30 YDS, 7.5 YPC, 0 TD), PK Eddy Pineiro (4-4 FG, 1-1 XP)

Washington Redskins

Now Washington is 0-2 straight up and 1-1 against the spread with two overs. Week two was a disappointing 31-21 home loss to the rival Cowboys. Overall the Skins rank 25th for total offense and 30th for defense. Washington is also next to last for points allowed. In turn, new starting quarterback Case Keenum has been a pleasant surprise.

Players to Watch: QB Case Keenum (69% COMP, 601 YDS, 7.4 AVG, 5 TD, 0 INT, 111.2 RTG, RB Adrian Peterson (10 RSH, 25 YDS, 2.5 YPC, 1 TD), RB Chris Thompson (5 RSH, 13 YDS, 2.6 YPC, 12 REC, 116 YDS, 9.7 YPC, 0 TD),
WR Terry McLaurin (10 REC, 187 YDS, 18.7 AVG, 2 TD), TE Vernon Davis (7 REC, 88 YDS, 12.6 YPC, 1 TD), WR Trey Quinn (8 REC, 69 YDS, 8.6 YPC, 1 TD), WR Paul Richardson (7 REC, 52 YDS, 7.4 YPC, 1 TD)

Chicago Bears vs. Washington Redskins Betting Numbers

Trends

Chicago Bears

6-3 ATS in their last 9 road games
4-8-1 under the total on the road
2-11 on the board in their last 13 games with Washington
7-3 over the total in their series with the Redskins
1-5 with the line in games at the NFC East
8-3 over the total at the NFC East

Washington Redskins

7-4 ATS in their last 11 home games
4-7 under the total at FedEx Field
5-3 on the board when at home against the NFC North
8-1 over the total vs. the NFC North at FedEx Field
4-2 with the odds at FedEx Field in their series with Chicago
4-1 over the total when hosting the Bears

Chicago Bears vs. Washington Redskins Betting Picks

In this situation, the struggling Bears could be an overlay with the NFL odds. As was previously noted the Redskins have controlled the cashier’s cage against the Bears.

Score Prediction: Chicago Bears 17, Washington Redskins 24