The Monday Football match between the Washington Redskins and Chicago Bears is quite a different match than the other Week 3 games. Unlike other Week 3 football games, it does not feature a backup quarterback getting a start and does not have a high-flying offense.

It is just an ordinary NFL game between two teams who want their seasons on the track. In the first two weeks, Washington Redskins is at 0-2 with important divisional losses and its defense is getting spilled apart. While Chicago Bears with 1-1 record, just saved in the first two weeks with the incredibly disappointing offense.

Details regarding match schedule, channel

Redskins vs. Bears match kickoff on September 23, 2019, on ESPN. The match starts at 8:15 PM ET on ESPN.

Odds of the match: Bears -5.5, O/U 41 (via SportsLine)

Match Reviews for Chicago Bears

Things in the Chicago Bears offense do not go the way they want. In two games, the team can score only 19 points, and needed a last-second field goal in the second week to achieve that total. Everything is approximately lapsed because of the bad offense, but there is no doubt that Mitchell Trubisky is the person who creates the problems.

Every quarterback is possibly reverted, Mitchell Trubisky seemingly has. His completion percentage and yards per attempt average are going down. He is taking many sacks and not made big plays. Under pressure, he comes out as an abject disaster and he just carries four for 19 yards in two games.

Perhaps this week’s game provides him an opportunity to get untracked. Washington defense was split apart by the Eagles and Cowboys in first two matches, allowing Dark Prescott and Carson Wentz to complete 54 out of 69 passes for 574 yards, six touchdowns and one inception which came due to tipped pass. Josh Norman, Aaron Colvin, and Jimmy Moreland, Cornerbacks have nailed down by increasing passer rating of 147.9.

Robinson is one of the biggest pass-catching threats for Washington. Mitchell Turbisky is 31 of 50 for 205 yards throwing to other receivers and 11 of 20 for 143 yards throwing to him.

As Washington defense is surrounded by injury, so it is expected Chicago bears have more success on the ground.

Match Reviews for Washington Redskins

The fantastic player in the team of the Washington Redskins is Terry McLaurin. In two games, he got 10 grabs in 187 yards and continually winning in every match. He is amazing who has excellent control over his body and hands. He also earns the trust of the Quarterback and there is a possibility that he will be the next Quarterback too.

The Washington Redskins team has changed the position of Terry quite a bit so he figures to see an equal amount of Kyle Fuller, Buster Skrine and Prince Amukamara in coverage. Prince is lining up at the right corner, Fuller on the left corner and Buster in the slot. Skrine is quite a weak player in three of them so slot man Trey Quinn could be in line to help Skrine in target sharing. 

The biggest problem Washington offensive line facing is run game. In two games the team given 30 carries into 75 yards. They achieved 32nd rank in second-level yard per carrying and 29th in the league in Adjusted Line Yards. The team, longest run in this year of matches will be just 10yards. The Washington Redskins is a team that needs to improve the run.

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Last Update: September 24, 2019