Chicago Bears @ Washington Redskins, FedEx Field, 8:15 PM, ESPN (Redskins +5.5, O/U: 41.5)
The Bears should scare you. Their defense surely should scare you because they’re pretty good but this offense should scare you as in anemic, hard to watch, lacking. Trubisky has yet to throw a touchdown but has a pick. He’s only accumulated 348 passing yards and averaging only 4.8 yards per attempt while only completing just 58% of his passes. That means he’s relegated to dink and dunk passes and still can’t get the offense going. The rushing game hasn’t been there either with only amassing 118 yards on 36 carries for 3.2 yards per rush between 3 backs. The Redskins have an 0-2 record but given the 2 divisional juggernauts (Eagles week 1, Cowboys week 2), and how they weren’t necessarily blown out of either game, things aren’t looking too bad after losing Alex Smith late last year. Keenum’s numbers look like his 1 really good year with the Vikings, completing 69% of his passes for 601 yards, 5 TD’s and no picks. Terry McLaurin has been the early favorite target as he has 10 catches fro 187 yards and 2 TD’s. The rushing game has yet to come through as Guice is back to being injured after week 1 and AP couldn’t get going last week either after being marked as a healthy scratch week 1. Given the Redskins defense ranking 30th in points and yards allowed, this one might get ugly but the Bears might be on the losing side of this one when the clock hits 0 because of their inept offense. Take the Redskins to cover in the under, Redskins 24-17.