January 20, 2022

DTM’s Thursday Night Special | CHI at GB

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Chicago Bears (1-5) at Green Bay Packers (3-2)


When: 8:25 PM ET, Thursday, October 20, 2016

Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin

America’s Bookie Line: Green Bay -7.5 Total: 45.5

TV Coverage: CBS, NFL Network


By Dan Leach

Follow Dan on Twitter @DanLeach971


Let’s put it this way, both these NFC North rivals are in a lot of trouble. Of course the Bears are in much bigger trouble as their season appears over even as we just enter week 7, the Packers seem like they simply don’t know who they are anymore. Aaron Rodgers looks completely pedestrian, the Pack just lost RB Eddie Lacy for weeks, and the defense is having a ton of trouble stopping anybody.

The good news for the Packers faithful is that they welcome in one of the worst teams in the league for a game between the most played rivalry in NFL history. Chicago has been a mess all season long and after losing QB Jay Cutler to injury they went to veteran journeyman Brain Hoyer, who honestly has been better than Cutler has been in many spots recently for Chicago, but still has a ton of issues.

This smells of a get-right type of game for the Pack against the horrid Bears defense even though Green Bay’s offense has had a ton of issues as of late. I look for the Pack to score early and often and for this game to be out of reach by the third quarter. Load up on G.B., as for one week they will look like one of the NFC’s best teams again.

6.8 DTM Bagels and Locks on the Packers (GB -7.5)


Dan Leach was the world’s first human to live under the sea for more than 60 days, created what is now used as the International Olympic Flag, was the basis of Denzel Washington’s character Frank Lucas in “American Gangster”, Is often consulted on matters of national “Sports Security”, was the first human to interview Dracula, started the American Revolution on a dare, once sat in on drums with Led Zeppelin, and is a noted expert in the field of Time Travel.

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