I'm Matt Williamson with yard barker here to talk about the Colts traveling to Chicago to play the Bears.
The Bears are undefeated, but are they the better team here? Chicago has only scored 12 more points than they've allowed.
They are three, you know.
But the Colts air plus, you know, 39.
I mean, I think the Colts air playing better this year, but the Bears do have a better record.
Uh, there certainly a better a fence with Nick Foles? A quarterback, though, rather than mixed Robiskie and their offensive line has played much better this year than last.
And that's a real shock to me.
Um, positive spin, obviously.
But with three, Cohen out is pretty much entirely David Montgomery's backfield, and Alan Robinson is far and away the lead receiver.
It's a good pair, but not a spectacular one.
It's not a really deep offense, but the tight ends have gotten more involved.
This is an improved Bears offense, though, but the Indianapolis defense is allowing only 225 yards per game that leads the NFL by 65 yards.
They are allowing their also allowing the fewest points in the game, you know per game and have been outstanding on third downs.
Colts defense Been phenomenal.
Also the league second best time of possession numbers through three games.
But to their credit, Chicago isn't far behind, and the Bears have a pretty strong defense themselves, and they've excelled in the red zone in on third downs, while Indianapolis is the worst out third down offense in the league right now, this certainly feels like a low scoring game in which both quarterbacks, we have to keep the ball out of harm's way, and I have some worries about that on both sides.
The Colts have the better offensive line, though, and should edge out Chicago something in the neighborhood of, say, 17 13.
I am Matt Williamson with yard, border.