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2013-2014 Chicago Bears Betting Odds Preview

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Monday, 26 August 2013 07:25

Chicago Bears OddsGenerally ten wins in the regular betting season guarantee a playoff berth, but unfortunately fans of the Chicago Bears, that's not what happened last year. Despite a 10-6 campaign, the team placed third in the NFC North strong and a win for the postseason. It shows only average performance in 2013 is not sufficient to leave the franchise almost promoted some changes and expect better results.

The main of them involve the attack, a quick look at the numbers shows the Bears in 2012 as the fifth best defense in the outfield, but only the best attack 28. The main reason for the decline of the coach Lovie Smith, famous for riding very strong defenses and petty attacks. After nine betting seasons at the helm, Smith gives rise to Marc Trestman, who arrives with a mission to provide a much more offensive to that group.

The main task will thicken quarterback Jay Cutler, who reached his fifth year as a starter and is far from unanimous in Chicago. Trestman use a scheme based on the West Coast offense, ie short, quick passes to WRs, RBS and TE. System that will help Cutler, ordered an attack when I was in Denver Broncos. No doubt, runners Matt Forte and Michael Bush will get many passes in 2013. Forte should remain central to the field of play, ran at least 929 yards in the last five seasons.

 

 

Another key part of this attack, again wide receiver Brandon Mashall, who revived the association with Jay Cutler last year and scored impressive 1,508 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also scored 118 passes received, which clearly demonstrates the lack of choice that Jay Cutler had to throw the ball past Marshall. was it, no other goal has gone from 400 yards. The Bears have not made an effort to solve the problem, the only relevant employment in the sector was the Maetellus TE Bennett, former gaints. Not great, but it is certainly the best that were there last year. The Bears are staking a Ashon WR Jeffery, freshman, he showed his talent last year, but suffered two concussions.

Besides the lack of good targets, Cutler suffered from the lack of protection of their offensive line, chronic problem from the sides of Chicago. Yes, 44 sacks given up is a bad number, 25th worst in the league ... And if you say it's an evolution? For a team that produced 56 catches in 2010 and 49 in 2011, 44 is progress. The line should improve even more in 2013 with two good reinforcements brought the Bears LT Jermon Bushrod to protect Cutler's blind spot and used the first pick in this year's draft guard Kyle Long. Bushrod yielded only 4 sacks that protect the blind side of Drew Brees last year, now even the inexperienced novice should do better than last year CCAA.

On the other hand, the defense has not undergone major changes, because it would be stupid to change drastically an advocacy group which was the fifth best performance yards and the third best in points allowed. took the lower face of the linebackers, with the retirement of veteran Brian Urlacher. He was not acting in better quality, but was the team leader on and off the field. DJ Williams came to take the place of Urlacher, a slap to the hole freshman Jon Bostic, a second-round, gain experience to celebrate. The great Lance Briggs, and median James Anderson, former Panthers, will be the OLBs.

The rest of the defense remains practically the same. The only way out was the DE Israel Idonije, will not be as heartfelt, Corey Wootton seven sacks in 2012 and assumed the post holder. It is critical that the pass-rush is still strong (they were 44 sacks and 26 forced fumbles last year) for high school keep up the good work. The group headed by CB Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings Chris Conte deep and greater law led the NFL with 27 interceptions.

The Bears' odds currently sit at 8/1 at TopBet.eu sportsbook to win the Super Bowl.

BSN Sports blog Prediction: If the attack is strong and thedefense help win games, the Chicago Bears can go far in 2013. The team must fight directly with the Green Bay Packers for the NFC North title with the Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions just below. If you do not win the division, the Bears have the potential and talent to fight for one of the wildcard. Do not be surprised if this team to 11 wins in 2013.

 
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