Undoubtedly the most eagerly and anticipated game of the weekend in the NFL takes place on Sunday between the Los Angeles Rams and the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Both the Rams and the Bears are division leaders which ensures that this is going to be an enticing game.
The Rams are in scintillating form having just one loss all season and they lead New Orleans by one game to ensure that they have homefield advantage in the NFC Playoffs. Last time out the Rams managed to score 14 points in the fourth quarter which helped them to a 30-16 victory over Detroit. Through twelve games thus far, the Rams are second in total offense and scores with an incredible 34.9-point clip. The Bears appear to be quite good defensively and are ranked fourth in yards allowed and only giving up 20.1 points per game.
At the start of the season not many would have predicted that the Chicago Bears would be four games above .500 overall and lead Minnesota by 1.5 games and be the leader for first place in the NFC North Division. So far this season Chicago ranks 20th in offense and have an average of 28.7 in points per game. The Rams defence ranks 19th in yards and are average a low 224.8 points per game. The Los Angeles Rams are in incredible form on the road having won five of their last six games on the road. Both teams have some key players who are capable of changing a game.
Jared Goff of the Rams has a pass completion rate of 66.4 percent of his 3 754 yards along with his 27 touchdowns and seven interceptions. In seven of Goff’s last 10 games he has incredibly two or more touchdown passes. Other key players from the Rams is Brandin Cooks and Robert Woods who combined have receiving yards of 1,998; while Todd Gurley II has had 46 receptions. The likes of Cory Littleton leads the Los Angeles Rams in tackles having made 95 tackles, while Aaron Donald has made 16.5 sacks.
The Chicago Bears are looking to prove themselves as NFC contenders. The players to help them do so are the likes of Mitchell Trubisky, Tarik Cohen and Allen Robinson. Trubisky has a pass completion rate of 65.4 percent of his 2,469 yards along with his 20 touchdowns and 9 interceptions. Cohen and Robinson have total combined receiving yards of 1,232 and 8 touchdowns. Jordan Howard leads the team with the most yards and touch downs having achieved 612 yards and 5 touchdowns. Roquan Smith leads the team in tackles having made 91.
The Rams and Bears have played 92 matches, including 2 postseason games with the Bears having won 53 games and the Rams only winning 36 games. They have also drawn 3 games, the Bears may have the upper hand in this fixture but it is certainly a difficult one to predict considering the form of both teams.