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    • This game is by no means a gimme for the Saints who will have a banged up Kamara today. I still like Bridgewater being mobile and able to extend plays. It will be close though. I like the Over as well.

      My Pick: New Orleans +4 & Over 37.5 60%
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        Kamara is out. TE is out. Go with bears on this one!

    • Bears at home is a lock for me against a good Saints team that is decimated by injuries. They will be with out their starting QB, RB, and TE in this one. I expect the bears D to give them fits in this one.

      My Pick: Chicago -4
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                Week 7 Game preview: Chicago Bears vs. New Orleans Saints - Windy City GridironAfter a bye week, the Bears have to test if theyve made improvements against a surging Saints team https://www.windycitygridiron.com/2019/10/17/20918321/week-7-game-preview-chicago-bears-new-orleans-saints-teddy-bridgewater-alvin-kamara-michael-thomas

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                   New Orleans Saints vs Chicago Bears on 2019-10-20 added by Covers

                  Covers community free betting prediction for
                  New Orleans Saints
                  (59% consensus). The Chicago Bears have had two weeks to stew about an upset loss to the Oakland Raiders that snapped the team's three-game winning streak. Coming off their bye week, the Bears will hope to get their offensive struggles rectified with the expected return of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky to the lineup when they host the surging New Orleans Saints on Sunday afternoon... http://bit.ly/2B6VLNA

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                   New Orleans Saints vs Chicago Bears on 2019-10-20 added by OddsShark

                  Betting Prediction for New Orleans Saints vs Chicago Bears on October 20, 2019, 4:25 PM ET

                  Free Betting Prediction: Chicago will Win , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Over .

                  The Chicago Bears (3-2) return from their bye in Week 7 and hope to have starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky under center on Sunday when they host the NFC South-leading New Orleans Saints (5-1) as small home favorites. The Bears gave backup quarterback Chase Daniel the nod in their trip to London two weeks ago due to a shoulder injury suffered by Trubisky and ended up losing 24-21 to the Oakland Raiders as 6.5-point favorites. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/35lhYUJ

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                  Pro Football Focus: NFL Week 7 PFF ReFocused: New Orleans Saints 36, Chicago Bears 25

                  Teddy Bridgewater added another W to his season tally, this time leading his team to a 36-25 victory over the Chicago Bears.

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                  PFF's ReFocused series features immediate takeaways from the two analysts who graded the game live. The two offer a detailed breakdown of the game's most notable performances before the grades and advanced stats are reviewed and finalized by Senior Analysts.

                  Teddy Bridgewater added another W to his season tally, this time leading his team to a 36-25 victory over the Chicago Bears.

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                  PFF's ReFocused series features immediate takeaways from the two analysts who graded the game live. The two offer a detailed breakdown of the game's most notable performances before the grades and advanced stats are reviewed and finalized by Senior Analysts.

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                  ESPN.com: Sources: Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky (shoulder) to play vs. Saints

                  Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, listed as questionable with a shoulder injury, will play in Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

                  Trubisky suffered a dislocated left shoulder and slight labrum tear in the first quarter of Chicago's victory over the Vikings on Sept. 29. Team doctors determined Trubisky would not need to undergo surgery, but backup Chase Daniel started the following week.

                  Trubisky practiced the entire week without restrictions, but was still listed as questionable on Friday.

                  Trubisky admitted this week that he'll have to wear a harness on his left shoulder in order to be cleared to play.

                  Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, listed as questionable with a shoulder injury, will play in Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

                  Trubisky suffered a dislocated left shoulder and slight labrum tear in the first quarter of Chicago's victory over the Vikings on Sept. 29. Team doctors determined Trubisky would not need to undergo surgery, but backup Chase Daniel started the following week.

                  Trubisky practiced the entire week without restrictions, but was still listed as questionable on Friday.

                  Trubisky admitted this week that he'll have to wear a harness on his left shoulder in order to be cleared to play.

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                  Windy City Gridiron: Bears vs Saints Injury Report: Trubisky, Nichols, and Larsen all questionable

                  When the season schedule was announced, it seemed like the Chicago Bears' bye week was coming too early, but with a few injured players benefiting from the week off it has proven to be right on time.

                  Both wide out Taylor Gabriel (concussion) and linebacker Joel Iyiegbuniwe (hamstring) are off the injury report and good to go for Sunday.

                  The Bears should also be getting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky (left shoulder) and defensive lineman Bilal Nichols (hand/knee) both back for this Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints.

                  When the season schedule was announced, it seemed like the Chicago Bears' bye week was coming too early, but with a few injured players benefiting from the week off it has proven to be right on time.

                  Both wide out Taylor Gabriel (concussion) and linebacker Joel Iyiegbuniwe (hamstring) are off the injury report and good to go for Sunday.

                  The Bears should also be getting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky (left shoulder) and defensive lineman Bilal Nichols (hand/knee) both back for this Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints.

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                  Saints Wire: Saints Wire Goes Behind Enemy Lines: Previewing Week 7 with Bears Wire

                  The New Orleans Saints are traveling to play the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday, making just their second matchup against the Bears since Mitchell Trubisky was named their starting quarterback. It's the first time Saints coach Sean Payton will draw up a plan against Bears play-caller Matt Nagy.

                  To get the best-informed take, we shared a series of questions and answers with Alyssa Barbieri over at Bears Wire. You can find our responses to her questions by following this link. Here's what we learned:

                  1. The Bears seem to be dealing with a ton of injuries right now: right guard Kyle Long and defensive lineman Akiem Hicks are on injured reserve, and quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is on the mend.

                  The New Orleans Saints are traveling to play the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday, making just their second matchup against the Bears since Mitchell Trubisky was named their starting quarterback. It's the first time Saints coach Sean Payton will draw up a plan against Bears play-caller Matt Nagy.

                  To get the best-informed take, we shared a series of questions and answers with Alyssa Barbieri over at Bears Wire. You can find our responses to her questions by following this link. Here's what we learned:

                  1. The Bears seem to be dealing with a ton of injuries right now: right guard Kyle Long and defensive lineman Akiem Hicks are on injured reserve, and quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is on the mend.

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                  Saints Wire: Saints injury report: Alvin Kamara, Jared Cook sitting out Week 7 at Bears

                  The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears published their final injury reports for their Week 7 kickoff, complete with game status for some players based off of practice participation on Friday. Any changes to Thursday's practice status are noted in bold text, and players listed without likelihood of playing on Sunday (whether they are Out or Questionable) should be considered ready to go.

                  From the Saints DE Trey Hendrickson (Neck): Limited. OUT.
                  RB Alvin Kamara (Knee, Ankle): Did not participate. OUT
                  TE Jared Cook (Ankle): Did not participate.

                  The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears published their final injury reports for their Week 7 kickoff, complete with game status for some players based off of practice participation on Friday. Any changes to Thursday's practice status are noted in bold text, and players listed without likelihood of playing on Sunday (whether they are Out or Questionable) should be considered ready to go.

                  From the Saints DE Trey Hendrickson (Neck): Limited. OUT.
                  RB Alvin Kamara (Knee, Ankle): Did not participate. OUT
                  TE Jared Cook (Ankle): Did not participate.

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                  Saints Wire: 4 bold predictions for New Orleans Saints at Chicago Bears

                  The New Orleans Saints are travelling to Soldier Field, to take on the Chicago Bears in a Week 7 matchup that looks like a defensive heavyweight title fight. Battling injuries, Saints running back Alvin Kamara and tight end Jared Cook have been ruled out against Chicago, while Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky hopes to make his return. How will that affect the Saints' game plan on offense and defense? Here are our four bold predictions.

                  Mitchell Trubisky throws for fewer than 100 yards

                  Chicago's offensive line has had its fair share of struggles this season, and now they're banged up.

                  The New Orleans Saints are travelling to Soldier Field, to take on the Chicago Bears in a Week 7 matchup that looks like a defensive heavyweight title fight. Battling injuries, Saints running back Alvin Kamara and tight end Jared Cook have been ruled out against Chicago, while Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky hopes to make his return. How will that affect the Saints' game plan on offense and defense? Here are our four bold predictions.

                  Mitchell Trubisky throws for fewer than 100 yards

                  Chicago's offensive line has had its fair share of struggles this season, and now they're banged up.

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                  ESPN.com: Saints rule out Alvin Kamara, Jared Cook vs. Bears

                  METAIRIE, La. -- The New Orleans Saints' four-game win streak will be put to a serious test Sunday at Chicago. They have ruled out both running back Alvin Kamara and tight end Jared Cook because of injuries.

                  Kamara (ankle, knee) and Cook (ankle) rank second and third on the team in passing targets behind wide receiver Michael Thomas and are tied for second with two touchdowns apiece. But neither practiced this week after being injured during Sunday's game at Jacksonville.

                  Replacing Kamara will be veteran backup Latavius Murray, who has past experience as a No.

                  METAIRIE, La. -- The New Orleans Saints' four-game win streak will be put to a serious test Sunday at Chicago. They have ruled out both running back Alvin Kamara and tight end Jared Cook because of injuries.

                  Kamara (ankle, knee) and Cook (ankle) rank second and third on the team in passing targets behind wide receiver Michael Thomas and are tied for second with two touchdowns apiece. But neither practiced this week after being injured during Sunday's game at Jacksonville.

                  Replacing Kamara will be veteran backup Latavius Murray, who has past experience as a No.

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                  Fansided: 3 matchups Saints need to win on the road against the Bears in Week 7

                  The New Orleans Saints (5-1), are still staying ahead of the pace in the NFC heading into Week 7 and a tough road game against the Chicago Bears (3-2). The Saints are first in the NFC South and the Bears in third place in the NFC North.

                  Coming into this one, the Chicago Bears have the NFL's third best defense in points allowed and the 26th ranked offense in points scored. The New Orleans Saints have the league's 18th best offense and 11th ranked defense.

                  The Bears have been without starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky since the opening drive of Week 4 against the Minnesota Vikings.

                  The New Orleans Saints (5-1), are still staying ahead of the pace in the NFC heading into Week 7 and a tough road game against the Chicago Bears (3-2). The Saints are first in the NFC South and the Bears in third place in the NFC North.

                  Coming into this one, the Chicago Bears have the NFL's third best defense in points allowed and the 26th ranked offense in points scored. The New Orleans Saints have the league's 18th best offense and 11th ranked defense.

                  The Bears have been without starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky since the opening drive of Week 4 against the Minnesota Vikings.

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                  CSN Chicago: SportsTalk Live Podcast: Can Trubisky help the Bears beat the Saints?

                  Hub Arkush, Sam Panayotovich and Ben Pope join Kelly Crull on the panel.

                  0:00- Mitch Trubisky practices again and he got all of the first-team reps. So will his return help the Bears upset the Saints on Sunday?

                  8:30- KC Johnson joins Kelly to discuss Luol Deng retiring a Bull, Wendell Carter, Jr.'s thumb injury and to preview the Bulls' preseason finale.

                  14:00- Ben has the latest on the Blackhawks including Jeremy Colliton's goaltender plans for the week. He also tells us if we should be worried about Jonathan Toews' slow start to the season.

                  21:00- Will Perdue joins the panel to talk about the importance of a good start this season for the Bulls.

                  Hub Arkush, Sam Panayotovich and Ben Pope join Kelly Crull on the panel.

                  0:00- Mitch Trubisky practices again and he got all of the first-team reps. So will his return help the Bears upset the Saints on Sunday?

                  8:30- KC Johnson joins Kelly to discuss Luol Deng retiring a Bull, Wendell Carter, Jr.'s thumb injury and to preview the Bulls' preseason finale.

                  14:00- Ben has the latest on the Blackhawks including Jeremy Colliton's goaltender plans for the week. He also tells us if we should be worried about Jonathan Toews' slow start to the season.

                  21:00- Will Perdue joins the panel to talk about the importance of a good start this season for the Bulls.

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                  Canal Street Chronicles: Saints at Bears Thursday Injury Report: Alvin Kamara, Jared Cook Do Not Practice

                  The same four do not practice for the Saints, QB Drew Brees (Right Thumb), WR Tre'Quan Smith (Ankle), RB Alvin Kamara (Ankle/Knee), and TE Jared Cook (Ankle).

                  For the Bears OL Ted Larsen (Knee) was again limited.

                  LB Joel Iyiegbuniwe (Hamstring), limited on Wednesday was full. WR Taylor Gabriel (Concussion), DT Bilal Nichols (Hand), and QB Mitchell Trubisky (Left Shoulder) were again full.

                  The same four do not practice for the Saints, QB Drew Brees (Right Thumb), WR Tre'Quan Smith (Ankle), RB Alvin Kamara (Ankle/Knee), and TE Jared Cook (Ankle).

                  For the Bears OL Ted Larsen (Knee) was again limited.

                  LB Joel Iyiegbuniwe (Hamstring), limited on Wednesday was full. WR Taylor Gabriel (Concussion), DT Bilal Nichols (Hand), and QB Mitchell Trubisky (Left Shoulder) were again full.

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