The Bears Are Still Looking For Their First Home WinThe Sportsman
“We need to win at home, that’s the bottom line” that is what Jay Cutler kept saying after their loss last week, they find themselves having won all four of their away games but just cannot seem to get that W at home. The Dolphins after their QB fiasco a few weeks ago seem to have found their man in Ryan Tannehill again; he has really elevated his skill level, now the only thing missing is a supporting cast around him to bring the Dolphins back to greatness.
Miami Dolphins vs. Chicago Bears
1:00 PM ET, October 19, 2014
Soldier Field, Chicago, IL
Miami seems to have something come up year in and year out, last season it was the issue with bullying inside the locker room that resulted in the cutting of two very good football players on the offensive line. Now it was the coach publicly saying that he did not trust his own QB, only to have Tannehill come out and have the best game in London of his young career. Mike Wallace has to do a better job at running cleaner routs in order to get the ball to him better.
The Bears has always been one of my favorite teams, they style of play as well as the deminer in which they take the field, they attack and push the tempo, they must come into this game controlling the ball possession as well as the turnover to score ratio. QB Jay Cutler is a good runner but I don’t see enough plays designed for him to move outside the pocket. I honestly think that could make a big difference in this offensive game.
The Bears at home against a team normally they could shutout, this season they are -3.5, the total for this game is 48 that seems a little low. I agree with the betting public in this game, they need a home win badly and they have the skill set as well as the players to make that happen. Take the Bears but I would buy the hook just in case it goes down to the wire.