- The Chicago Bears have +150 odds to beat the San Francisco 49ers in Week 8.
- The Chicago Bears are 3-point underdogs against San Francisco.
CHICAGO – The Chicago Bears will host the San Francisco 49ers in Week 8 at Soldier Field where they are being seen as 3.5-point underdogs. Both teams are going into the matchup with a losing streak on the line as the Bears have lost two straight while the 49ers have lost four in a row.
San Francisco 49ers Vs. Chicago Bears
- Moneyline: 49ers (-175)
- Moneyline: Bears (+150)
- Spread: Bears +3.5
- Total: 39.5 Points
Although the odds for Week 8 are fairly new, online betting sites are seeing even action on both Chicago and San Francisco. On the Bears side, they have seen 48% of bets on the spread while the 49ers have seen 52%.
Backing “Da Bears”
Despite being on a two-game skid, the Bears have done solid against the spread at home this season going 2-1. They are also going up against a 49ers team that is tied for the worst record against the spread this season at 1-5.
The Niners are also 1-2 ATS when on the road but 2-1 straight up. However, their two road wins came against the Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles, both of who have not won at home this season.
Taking Advantage Of Injuries
In Week 7, the 49ers were without some key pieces on both sides of the ball. On the offensive line, Trent Williams did not play with an ankle injury. On defense, defensive tackles, Javon Kinlaw (knee) and Maurice Hurst (calf) were out as well.
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Signs are pointing towards the three not playing again in Week 8 which should leave the Bears to take advantage of gaps on the front lines.
Getting in on the Bears Week 8 NFL lines as soon as possible would be beneficial with the Niners drawing in more attention on the spread. If San Francisco continues seeing the action they have, the 3.5-point line could come down in favor of the Bears which could be harder for them to cover.
The kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. EST and will be broadcasted on FOX.
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