Staff picks Bears-Jaguars

Adam Oestmann

Bears 31, Jaguars 13 Here’s the way I see it: all the Bears absolutely need to do is show up. Don’t underestimate your opponent, and show up. Do that? You head into the bye week at 4-1.

Darren Doxey

Bears 24, Jaguars 10 Jacksonville doesn't play defense or move the ball offensively. Plus, the Bears are 6-0 on the road following Monday night games.

Curtis Shaw Flagg

Bears 34, Jaguars 17 Bears make an easy kill out of the League worst Jaguars. Chicago will keep things on the ground as they face the a 30th ranked rush defense. Matt Forte finally gets a 100-yard rushing game, but Bush gets the touchdowns (2). Maurice Jones-Drew rushes for a touchdown and the Jags manage a fumble return for TD. But the Bears' defense holds Jacksonville's rushing attack to double digits and Blaine Gabbert to under 200 yards passing. A three-phase win for Chicago.

Rashawn Franklin

Bears 31, Jaguars 0 It's bad news for the Jaguars that Chicago seems to be clicking on both sides of the ball heading into this game. Sunday's contest has the potential to get ugly, and I think it will—shutout style.

Dominique Blanton

Bears 27, Jaguars 10 Forte has his best game of the season and the defense puts together another great performance.

Blake Van Poucke

Bears 30, Jaguars 13 It's time to stack some wins, and the Jaguars are currently ranked dead last in total offense. The Bears' defensive line should have no problem getting pressure.

Just like that, the confidence returns and it's a unanimous blowout by the Bears in an average score of 30-11.

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