Bears vs. Broncos NFL Pick – Week 2

A season with high expectations didn’t go according to plan in Week 1 for the Chicago Bears. They kicked off the year with a loss from the Green Bay Packers at home last Thursday night. This was the season opener for the NFL season and the match was a dud that is massive.
Mitch Trubisky along with the Bears’ offense were clueless at home, as the Packers swallowed him up for a lot of night. Trubisky looked like crap and also that he had the home crowd . Before he started to fight and he was turned on by them. Was 3 points in a 10-3 loss.
So that has been a discouraging loss at home to the Bears I’m not high on Green Bay this season. Credit the Packers’ defense for enjoying with a game that is strong, but the Bears made them look much better than they really are. Trubisky must be greater than this, particularly with plenty of time to prepare for the Packers.
He passed for 228 yards without one interception and a touchdown pass. The ground game was so pitiful too, with Bears’ top rusher, Mike Davis, going for 19 yards on 5 carries. Why the Bears shied away from running the ball more was slightly perplexing.
It wasn’t like they needed to break free from running the ball and had been down all match. Trubisky didn’t have it, however the Bears kept going back . They can’t just sit back and anticipate the defense to win the game for them weekly.
The Bears are in a tough situation on the street. The Broncos aren’t the opponent that is very best out there, but winning at Mile High Stadium at Denver isn’t an easy job. Trubisky is currently going to find a lot of criticism if he can’t perform in this one, 22, delivered his manner. The pressure is on and it’s only Week 2.
Denver are coming off a loss also, with all the Raiders beating them for a closing. Joe Flacco was decent and I think he played good, but there were not any big plays and the offense struggled to complete drives. We are going to see if a change of venue in Denver assists in this one. Head under for our free Bears vs. Broncos select in Week 2 of the NFL.
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Joe Flacco will require some heat for the reduction against the Raiders, but it is not a match to pin on him. There was incredibly wrong with his performance. He passed with a touchdown on 21-of-31 departure. Flacco avoided interceptions and he’d have had two touchdowns if not for an easy drop from the end zone.
Just like a lot of the night, the Broncos needed to settle for a field goal in this case. Flacco was not poor, but he was not the difference maker in the game. And now in his career, nobody is expecting Flacco to be a difference maker frequently.
The environment in Denver isn’t simple for visiting teams. Conditioning is ultra important playing in the air at Mile High Stadium. The elevation becomes an issue for some gamers, giving the Broncos a great advantage in the home. Denver went only 3-5 at home last season, which appears to contradict what I said.
The Chargers were the only group that beat them by more than 4 points at Denver. And that was also a scenario for the Chargers, a game for the Broncos and the match of this season. Against the Rams, they have been expected to get dismissed by pundits, but lost 23-20.
The Broncos have been a play away from beating the Chiefs. The Broncos were driving in that match late and Case Keenum missed a wide-open Demaryius Thomas across the sideline. That’s another game.
The oddsmakers have the Bears as a field goal favored in this spot in Denver. They might have optimism to select the road as a popular, but I do not have much. Dating back to last year, the Bears have scored less or 15 points in five of the past six games. What we saw last week isn’t an outlier, their offense simply isn’t good. The home underdog looks like the play here.

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