Bills vs. Bears 2021 NFL Preseason Week 2 Odds and Preview
The Buffalo Bills just escaped with a narrow win against the Detroit Lions in their first NFL preseason game, and now they hit the road to face the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Thursday night. Meanwhile, Chicago looks to capitalize on its win and bring the momentum in front of their home crowd following a 20-13 victory over the Miami Dolphins.
This is a clash between teams that had a good start in the preseason, and it would be interesting to see which of the two can create a winning streak before the regular season starts. Be sure to check out the latest 2021 NFL Preseason odds at out online Bitcoin sportsbook.
Buffalo Bills vs. Chicago Bears Game Information
- When: Saturday, August 21, 2021, 1:00 PM ET
- Where: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
- TV: CBS, Fox, NBC
- Radio: WGR 550 (Bills) / WBBM Newsradio 780 AM (Bears)
- Live Stream:NFL Game Pass
- NFL Odds: Buffalo Bills (+186) / Chicago Bears (-217)
Why Bet on the Buffalo Bills?
Following a close 16-15 win on the road against the Lions, the Bills are ready to take on their next challenge in the form of the Chicago Bears. Once again, they will be playing away from home, but in high spirits this time around from their previous victory. Devin Singletary paced the offense with 42 yards on eight carries. He also recorded a rushing score.
Meanwhile, Davis Webb was locked in, passing for 90 yards and the TD pass to Singletary on 11-of-16 completions. Although we might not see Josh Allen in this game, there’s a deep roster that can cover for him as Sean McDermott saves his top players and best lineup for the regular season.
The Bills worked hard on the defensive end as well. It’s made clear that the duo provides effective measures for the team, but this is only the tip of the iceberg. We anticipate seeing more of the team’s depth as the rotation changes between first, second, and third-string players.
Why Bet on the Chicago Bears?
Justin Fields took point and gave the Bears a clear path to a win last Saturday. After a disastrous first half offensively, the rookie from Ohio State gave life to the team’s attack. Fields closed with 142 passing yards and a touchdown on 14 of 20 completions. Add to that 33 yards of rushing and a touchdown on five carries, he was able to lead Chicago to their first win of the preseason.
Quarterback Andy Dalton is expected to start Week 1 of the regular season for the Bears, but if Fields can continue his form leading to September, we might see some changes happening along the way.
Defensively, Duke Shelley led the Bears with six tackles, Daniel Archibong registered one sack, and DeAndre Houston-Carson listed one interception. It was a great fight for the win and how they played around their rookie quarterback. If they can replicate their performance against the Bills, they can build on the momentum and start the regular season with more confidence.
Bills vs. Bears Betting Trends
- The Bills are 4-1 in their last 5 games.
- The Bills are 3-2 against the spread in their last 5 games.
- The totals have gone under in 2 of the Bills’ last 5 games.
- The Bears are 3-2 in their last 5 games.
- The Bears are 3-2 against the spread in their last 5 games.
- The totals have gone over in 3 of the Bears’ last 5 games.
Bills vs. Bears Expert Betting Predictions
The Bills look like the more solid team of the two, so expect coach McDermott to give the rest of the team more minutes to take off less load on the starters. On the other hand, the Bears have to be on fire after their comeback win last week, and we are bound to see Fields play more in this clash. The 22-year-old rookie can make or break it for his team in this contest, and his presence is sure to put the Buffalo Bills on their toes.
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