3 ways the New Orleans Saints could get upset by the Bears
Saints missing more starters than Bears
The Chicago Bears might only be down Darnell Mooney and in the very rare case Roquan Smith despite the fact that they have over 10 players on their injured list. The Saints, on the other hand, could be out multiple superstars as well.
I know Alvin Kamara, who recently tested positive for COVID-19 last week, tweeted that he will see us Sunday implying that he will be ready to go. Kamara looked like he’ll be good to go for Sunday.
The other big superstar is Michael Thomas. Now, he did come back to practice this week, but if we have learned anything from this year, that doesn’t mean anything. Thomas played not at 100 percent so where he really is seems up in the air.
The Saints could possibly be out two very impactful offensive starters. Let’s hope that’s not the case, but it is a real possibility. If they are missing more starters than the Bears are then it could end up being a short playoff run.
While Thomas and Kamara could both easily be a go, Trey Hendrickson who is top five in the league in sacks will not be. That’s not great to see and will be impactful in slowing down a hot Bears offense.