NFL Picks: Week 10 Bears vs Jaguars


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This week, we’ve got an intense battle between the Carolina Panthers and the Chicago Bears, eager to climb out from the bottom of the NFL standings. The Panthers, with a 1-7 record, are set to face off against the 2-7 Bears at the iconic Soldier Field, with the action kicking off at 8:15 EST.

The Panthers are licking their wounds after a tough home defeat to the Colts, falling 27-13, while the Bears managed to cover the spread in their 24-17 loss to the Saints. Currently, Chicago is favored by 3.5 points, but could this be the Panthers’ chance to bounce back?



Spread: Panthers +3.5 (-110), Bears -3.5 (-110) 

Moneyline: Panthers +165, Bears -200 

Total: Panthers O 38.5 (-110), U 38.5 (-110) 


Carolina Panthers

NFL Team Carolina PanthersQuarterback Bryce Young’s journey has been a rocky one, with a pair of interceptions contributing to their recent loss. Despite this, Coach Frank Reich remains optimistic, drawing on historical comebacks of legendary quarterbacks. Yet, the stats paint a tough picture for Young, who ranks 26th in NFL passing yards. The Panthers’ offense will continue to rally around him, with Adam Thielen as a key target and Chubba Hubbard stepping up in the rushing game.

Despite their struggles, the Panthers’ defense, led by Frankie Luvu and Brian Burns, has shown some sparks. They’ll need to tighten up to improve their league rankings in both offense and defense.


Chicago Bears

NFL Team Chicago BearsThe Bears, on the other hand, are dealing with their own set of challenges. Turnovers have been their bane in their loss to the Saints. With quarterback Justin Fields’ status in question, Tyson Bagent might get the nod, despite a shaky record after his promising debut.

Chicago’s offensive glimmers come from the likes of DJ Moore and tight end Cole Kmet, with D’Onta Foreman holding the fort in the backfield. The defense, despite being 28th in points allowed, boasts standout performances from TJ Edwards and Montez Sweat.



So, where does that leave us? The Bears have struggled to cover spreads as favorites, and with the Panthers’ coaching possibly on the line, there’s more at stake than just points. The Panthers might just have the edge with Young’s potential and the Bears’ turnover woes. Will Young prove his worth as the first overall pick against the Bears’ faltering defense? Or will the Bears rally and hold their ground at home? It’s a tough call, but I’m inclined to side with the Panthers to cover the spread on BUSR’s NFL Odds, this could be the moment for the Panthers to shine.