The Chicago Bears and New York Giants play on Sunday in a game on the NFL Week 4 schedule.
Which team will get the victory?
Check out these NFL Week 4 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 10 a.m. MST on Fox.
The Giants are a 2.5-point favorite in the game.
The Arizona Republic: Giants 21, Bears 17
Jeremy Cluff writes: "We're still not sure about either of these team's long term chances this season, but they are off to good starts. Saquon Barkley will be the difference at home."
Draft Kings: Go with the Giants to cover vs. Bears
It writes: "The Bears offense has been incredibly unproductive, and the Giants haven’t allowed a team to score more than 20 points, a combination that points to a low-scoring game for Chicago. The Giants are finding their groove and should be able to cover the spread easily, particularly with the home advantage."
FanDuel: Bet the Giants to cover in Week 4 game vs. Bears
Adam Taylor McKillop writes: "Both the opening betting lines and ESPN's FPI metric agree this will be a close game, but one that finishes in favor of the Giants at home. The Bears' defense is the only hope Chicago has of sticking around in this game. Unfortunately, Chicago struggles mightily against the run and ranks 27th in Football Outsiders' rush-defense DVOA. Saquon Barkley will keep the Giants offense in rhythm."
Bookies.com: Take the Giants to cover against Bears
Bill Speros writes: "Another game featuring two coaches with their new teams. Both Brian Daboll (Giants) and Matt Eberflus (Bears) are rookies in their new gigs. This would have been the game of the year in 1986. Saquon Barkley has taken some of the pressure off Daniel Jones, who is in the midst of a make-or-break season. Take the Giants for your NFL Week 4 picks. They have started the season well."
Sports Betting Dime: Giants 14.6, Bears 8.1
The site's formula predicts that the Giants will beat the Bears in the NFL Week 4 game.
Pro Football Network: Giants will cover in game vs. Bears
BJ Rudell writes: "Meanwhile, Justin Fields has completed no more than eight pass attempts in each of his three contests this season, while Darnell Mooney and Cole Kmet are largely afterthoughts. David Montgomery’s knee/ankle injuries could be addition by subtraction, assuming Khalil Herbert maintains the dynamism he’s shown since breaking onto the scene last year. Still, this remains a mostly one-dimensional offense."
CBS Sports: Bears have not fared well against the spread on the road
Tyler Sullivan writes: "Not much change here at all between when the line opened in the spring until now. There was a point on Sunday night where you could have laid the points with New York at +100, but now it's -110 on both sides of the line. Of course, more movement could come following the Giants' matchup with the Cowboys on Monday night, but for now, it's a pretty standard home-field line. Chicago pulled out a home win over the Texans in Week 3 but did fail to cover and are now 1-1-1 ATS on the year. They are also 1-4 ATS in their last five road games."
ESPN: Giants have a 65.1% chance to win the game
The site's Football Power Index gives the Bears a 34.5% shot at picking up the victory.
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