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▷ Dallas Cowboys vs Chicago Bears 12/5/19 Free Pick

Game: NFL Week 14 TNFDallas Cowboys v Chicago Bears Preview, Handicapping, Analysis, Stats, NFL Betting Odds & Lines, Cowboys vs Bears Picks & Cowboys vs Bears Predictions

Date: Thursday, Dec 5, 2019

Start time: 8:20 PM EST, Soldier Field

TV Channel: FOX

Best Dallas Cowboys Lines: -3 (-110) Spread – MYBOOKIE
Best Chicago Bears Lines: +3 (-110) Spread – BETONLINE
Over/Under 43½ : – BETNOW

In Thursday Night Football Week 14, we will see Dallas Cowboys at Chicago Bears.

Betting Prediction:

The Dallas Cowboys are 6-6 but their division is so weak this year that they not only have a chance to go to the playoffs, they will probably also win their division. The team is on a 2-game losing streak after defeats against the Patriots and the Bills. Both teams have elite defenses and Dallas managed to score 9 points against the Patriots and 15 against the Bills. The team has all sorts of problems, starting from the offense to the special teams and partly, their defense.

On other side, we have the Chicago Bears who are 6-6 but they are on the verge of missing the playoffs because the Packers and the Vikings are in their division. The team got over their losing streak and won 3 of its last 4 games. They did not face very tough opposition and managed to beat the Lions twice(last time they played with a backup QB in his debut) and the Giants at home. During this spell, they lost to the Los Angeles Rams and they scored an average of 13.5 points per game.

Both teams are struggling at the moment and it is hard for me to pick a winner. I believe that this will be a low-scoring game based on the fact that both teams are struggling on offense. The Bears will totally neutralize the Cowboys’ offense while Mitch Trubisky won’t be able to put up many points as usual.

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Pick: Under 43½ at MYBOOKIE

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