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Sunday, Nov. 27, the Tennessee Titans take on the Chicago Bears. The game, to be played at Soldier Field, is slated for a 1:00 p.m. ET start time. Read on for our Titans vs. Bears preview.
According to ESPN’s matchup predictor, which is based on its Football Power Index, Chicago wins the matchup between the two teams 51.1% of the time. The spread, however, favors the Titans.
Spread: Tennessee -5
Game Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Titans vs. Bears preview:
Marcus Mariota and the Titans were rolling when they took on the Colts last weekend. It didn't go as expected as the Colts scored early and often and the Titans couldn't battle back from the early deficit. At 5-6 on the season, this one sure looks like a must-win for the Titans, who are in third place in their division.
The Bears are an interesting case study. After opening the season with three straight losses, Chicago found a wins against the Detroit Lions. Then the Bears lost three straight games again, before finding a win against the Minnesota Vikings. Conventional wisdom would say they were about to lose three straight games. Well, they got off to a good start on that losing streak two weeks ago in a loss to Tampa Bay, and followed that up with a loss to the Giants last weekend.
The Titans and Bears have played 11 times in history, with the Bears holding a 6-5 advantage in the regular season.
Titans vs. Bears prediction:
The Bears could be without Jay Cutler in this game, after injuring his shoulder.
Not that it would help as Alshon Jeffrey was suspended for four games and tight end Zach Miller is out for the season as well. The Bears are depleted, and the Titans will take advantage.
Titans 24, Bears 10