Chicago Bears vs. Washington Redskins MNF Bet odds September 23, 2019

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The Monday Night Football contest will feature the Washington Redskins hosting the Chicago Bears. Things get started from Washington at 8:15PM Eastern Time on September 23rd and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road side Chicago Bears favored by -4 ½ points with the over under line of 41 points.

Chicago improved to 1-1 on the season 16-14 road win at Denver. Bears fell behind 14-13 with 31 seconds remaining then Mitch Trubisky moved the Bears downfield in field goal position. It was Eddy Pineiro who kicked the game winning field goal as time expired to give the Bears the win. Chicago won the game despite only 273 yards of offense. On the season Chicago is averaging only 263 yards and 9.5 points per game Team is completing only 58.3% of their passes. They opened the season at home with the 10-3 home defeat to Green Bay. Bears defense has been strong to start the season. This unit is holding opponents to 292 yards and 12 points per game. Mitch Trubisky has no touchdowns passes and a pick this year with 348 yards passing.

Washington was struck with quarterback injuries last season. They lost Alex Smith with an infection after undergoing surgery on his broken leg last year. He is expected to miss the entire season this year. Colt McCoy looked to be the number one starter with the Redskins this season. But he has not entirely healed from his broken leg he suffered last year. Their top pick from last year Derriuc Guice a running back from LSU suffered a knee injury early last year and missed most of the season. He returns to the injured reserve with a torn meniscus in his right knee in 2019. The Redskins signed Case Keenum in free agency and is under center for the Redskins this season. Washington is 0-2 with divisional losses at Philadelphia and home to Dallas. Washington defense has struggled giving up 31 points to the Cowboys and 32 at the Eagles. Redskins defense surrendering 455 yards per game with 267 passing with 78.3% completion rate to their opponents. Redskins with major injuries to their running back position is running for only 37 yards per game for 2.5 yards per attempt. They are moving the football through the air with 289 yards passing and 69.1% completion percentage.

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