Last Updated on December 21, 2022 8:29 pm by Erwin Noguera
Get ready for the Holidays, as this weekend we get the jingle bells, and a big feast that will likely make us roll out of the dinner table afterward. As a dessert, we’ll get a ton of exciting matches in the regular NFL season.
We get the Chicago Bears who are getting ready to host the Buffalo Bills this Saturday at Soldier Field.
This match kind of feels like a reverse “lamb to slaughter” situation. This time, the slaughterhouse is likely being brought over to the lamb.
The Buffalo Bills currently lead AFC East with an 11-3 run, which mirrors the Bears, who have a 3-11 run and are dead last in the NFC North.
This match will likely be a violent way to start the day before Christmas Eve arrives.
Saturday, December 24th at noon ET at the Soldier Field
Chicago Bears +325
Buffalo Bills -425
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Why Bet the Chicago Bears
Chicago is out of the playoffs. However, they continue to see spectacular play out of their QB despite the lack of star talent around him.
Justin Fields has now crossed over 1,000 rushing yards on the season and is only the third QB in NFL history to achieve that impressive feat.
The Bears have an exciting offense due to the play of Fields, but this is a roster that lacks everything.
Looking ahead to Week 16, Chicago lacks the power on their roster to go toe-to-toe with arguably one of the best teams in football this year.
Why Bet the Buffalo Bills
The Bills were able to hold off the Miami Dolphins last week in their home stadium 32-29. Now they hold to 11-3 on the season and the fifth win in a row.
They still have the No. 1 overall seed in the AFC due to their tiebreaker over the Kansas City Chiefs and control of their destiny heading toward the playoffs.
Buffalo should easily be able to advance to 12-3 on the season after this week.
Final Betting Analysis: Bears vs. Bills
With Chicago dealing with injuries too, it won’t take much for Buffalo to win. They’ll likely get an early lead and hold to it.
The run game should be able to succeed in a matchup against a Bears defense that’s surrendering the sixth-most rushing yards per game with 143.9 per game.
Early forecasts for this game in Chicago call for “feels like” temperatures of -11° and wind gusts, which will dramatically limit the passing games for both offenses.
This game will come down to which team can run the football field effectively and win at the line of scrimmage.
We should expect to see both QBs heavily involved as extensions of the run game, which will be fun to watch.
Look for a straight win on the Moneyline Bills. If you put $100 on the Bills at -425, you’ll be looking at a $23.53 win with a total payout of $123.53.
Bears vs. Bills Betting Pick: Buffalo Bills