The New Orleans Saints will welcome the Chicago Bears for Wild Card weekend, and it should be a game in which Chicago stands no chance of winning.
The second game on Sunday of Wild Card weekend will feature the New Orleans Saints hosting the Chicago Bears. The seventh-seed in the NFC with just eight wins, the Bears barely edged their way into the postseason despite a Week 17 loss.
Sadly, the Bears could’ve found a way to get the Saints the top seed in the conference, but they lost to the Packers on the final week. The Saints will get a chance to right Chicago’s wrongs on Sunday.
The Bears are led by inconsistent quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, receiver Allen Robinson, and running back David Montgomery offensively. They’re on offense that’s been clicking over the past few weeks. On the defensive end, it’s Khalil Mack who is the unanimous leader.
Those four will be the main pieces to watch for Chicago, and without too much dominance on either side of the ball, the Saints should be just fine to play their normal style of football. A big question mark moving forward will be Alvin Kamara, but the hope that he’ll be playing is there.
New Orleans will get Michael Thomas back as well. Combine all their returning players, and the Saints should also be at full strength. That said, let’s dive into why the Bears should stand no chance to defeat New Orleans this Sunday.