Uruguay vs Fiji Live

Uruguay vs Fiji Live: RWC 2019 Uruguay vs Fiji Live Stream, prediction time, Rugby live scores, TV, result and news 2019 Rugby World Cup Fiji vs Uruguay Preview & Prediction Fiji unveiled a raft of changes Monday for their Rugby World Cup Pool D game against Uruguay, with only three players surviving from their opening clash with Australia. Here’s what you need to know.

Captain Dominiko Waqaniburotu, loose forward Leone Nakarawa and centre Semi Radrada will be the only remaining starters from the Australia game for Wednesday’s match. There was no place in the matchday squad for flanker Peceli Yato, who left the field with a concussion during Fiji’s 39-21 defeat to Australia on Saturday.

Josh Matavesi was named at fly-half with his brother Samuel on the bench, while Mesulame Dolokoto, Jale Vatubua and Filipo Nakosi will make their World Cup debuts.

Uruguay coach Esteban Meneses picked a young side for his team’s first match at the 2019 Rugby World Cup, including two playing professional rugby in France.

Fiji – John McKee

“We are coming off a short turnaround and it’s their first game, so they will have been targeting us. For our players, it has been important to focus on this game. We did play in Kamaishi in the Pacific Nations Cup, so the boys have settled in very quickly.”

Uruguay – Oscar Duran (assistant)

“(We plan) to give it our all on the pitch, to stick to our game plan and try to control the game in all areas against an opponent who needs the win as much as we do. If ever I have been certain of anything it is this team’s and its staff’s firm intention to do our very best on Wednesday, as well as afterwards.”

Fiji pushed Australia all the way in their RWC opener but the Wallabies proved too good in the final quarter of the game. The Fijians showed some good signs in that game and will be confident of bouncing straight back here and they can make light work of the Uruguayans even with a much-changed team. Those coming into the side will have a chance to impress ahead of what shapes to be a crucial match against Georgia and several could force their way into the reckoning for that game.

Fiji vs Uruguay Live

Fiji vs Uruguay Live: RWC 2019 Fiji vs Uruguay Live Stream, prediction time, live scores, TV, result and news 2019 Rugby World Cup Fiji vs Uruguay Preview & Prediction Fiji unveiled a raft of changes Monday for their Rugby World Cup Pool D game against Uruguay, with only three players surviving from their opening clash with Australia. Here’s what you need to know.

Captain Dominiko Waqaniburotu, loose forward Leone Nakarawa and centre Semi Radrada will be the only remaining starters from the Australia game for Wednesday’s match. There was no place in the matchday squad for flanker Peceli Yato, who left the field with a concussion during Fiji’s 39-21 defeat to Australia on Saturday.

Josh Matavesi was named at fly-half with his brother Samuel on the bench, while Mesulame Dolokoto, Jale Vatubua and Filipo Nakosi will make their World Cup debuts.

Uruguay coach Esteban Meneses picked a young side for his team’s first match at the 2019 Rugby World Cup, including two playing professional rugby in France.

Fiji – John McKee

“We are coming off a short turnaround and it’s their first game, so they will have been targeting us. For our players, it has been important to focus on this game. We did play in Kamaishi in the Pacific Nations Cup, so the boys have settled in very quickly.”

Uruguay – Oscar Duran (assistant)

“(We plan) to give it our all on the pitch, to stick to our game plan and try to control the game in all areas against an opponent who needs the win as much as we do. If ever I have been certain of anything it is this team’s and its staff’s firm intention to do our very best on Wednesday, as well as afterwards.”

Fiji pushed Australia all the way in their RWC opener but the Wallabies proved too good in the final quarter of the game. The Fijians showed some good signs in that game and will be confident of bouncing straight back here and they can make light work of the Uruguayans even with a much-changed team. Those coming into the side will have a chance to impress ahead of what shapes to be a crucial match against Georgia and several could force their way into the reckoning for that game.

Samoa vs Russia Live

Samoa vs Russia Live: RWC 2019 Samoa vs Russia Live Stream Rugby World Cup Game Results in Bot The Russia vs Samoa, prediction, time, live scores, TV, result and news Samoa coach Steve Jackson has selected eight Rugby World Cup debutants for his side’s first game of the tournament against Russia on Tuesday.

The New Zealander on Sunday called up 10 of the starting line-up from their final warm-up game, a 34-15 defeat by Australia, for the Pool A clash in Kumagaya, north of Tokyo.

Logovii Mulipola, Motu Matuu, captain Chris Vui, Dwayne Polataivao, and Ah See Tuala are those who come in for the Pacific islanders, who reached the World Cup quarter-finals in 1991 and 1995.

“The players that have been selected deserve their selection,,” said Jackson.Some players really put their hands up and that was what it was all about really. We want to keep consistency within the group and especially the starting fifteen and I think we’ve done that.”

Russia’s coach Lyn Jones has named an unchanged side to the one beaten 30-10 by hosts Japan in the tournament curtain raiser last Friday with flyhalf Yury Kushnarev poised to win a record-extending 111th cap.

“Everybody deserves an opportunity against Samoa,” said the Welshman, hoping to lead Russia to a first World Cup victory in their second appearance in the tournament.

“Samoa will be different in attack and defence than Japan. They are a very dangerous team. We will have to be at our best to get a positive result.”Russia vs Samoa: Rugby World Cup kick-off time and prediction
Kick off time: More lunch time delights for this fixture. Be present for kick off at 12:15 (SAST) on 24 September. All the action is live on SuperSport 1.

For the RWC, we’ll be using a prediction algorithm from a New Zealand anorak.It’s a relatively quick turnaround for Russia in the Rugby World Cup as they line up against Samoa in a Pool A encounter. It’s a game that sees Russia look to bounce back after losing on Friday while Samoa get their tournament under way.

And for Samoa, they need to ensure that they get off to a winning start if they are to give themselves a chance of sneaking through, taking advantage of Scotland’s poor show in their opener on the weekend.

As it stands, Ireland and Japan occupy first and second in Pool A while Scotland are rooted to the bottom of the log due to their negative points difference. The men from the Southern Hemisphere are heavy favourites at 1/33 while the Russians are 18/1 in the Full Time Result market.

The Winning Margin Spread is where the best opportunity to boost the betting balance appears to lie with Samoa by 26-30 and Samoa 31-35 at 11/2. There’s 6/1 on Samoa 21-25 and Samoa 36-40 at 13/2. Samoa 6-10, in the event of a closely fought fixture, is at 10/1.

Russia vs Samoa Live

Russia vs Samoa Live: RWC 2019 Russia vs Samoa Live Stream Rugby World Cup Game Results in Bot The Russia vs Samoa, prediction, time, live scores, TV, result and news Samoa coach Steve Jackson has selected eight Rugby World Cup debutants for his side’s first game of the tournament against Russia on Tuesday.

The New Zealander on Sunday called up 10 of the starting line-up from their final warm-up game, a 34-15 defeat by Australia, for the Pool A clash in Kumagaya, north of Tokyo.

Logovii Mulipola, Motu Matuu, captain Chris Vui, Dwayne Polataivao, and Ah See Tuala are those who come in for the Pacific islanders, who reached the World Cup quarter-finals in 1991 and 1995.

“The players that have been selected deserve their selection,,” said Jackson.Some players really put their hands up and that was what it was all about really. We want to keep consistency within the group and especially the starting fifteen and I think we’ve done that.”

Russia’s coach Lyn Jones has named an unchanged side to the one beaten 30-10 by hosts Japan in the tournament curtain raiser last Friday with flyhalf Yury Kushnarev poised to win a record-extending 111th cap.

“Everybody deserves an opportunity against Samoa,” said the Welshman, hoping to lead Russia to a first World Cup victory in their second appearance in the tournament.

“Samoa will be different in attack and defence than Japan. They are a very dangerous team. We will have to be at our best to get a positive result.”Russia vs Samoa: Rugby World Cup kick-off time and prediction
Kick off time: More lunch time delights for this fixture. Be present for kick off at 12:15 (SAST) on 24 September. All the action is live on SuperSport 1.

For the RWC, we’ll be using a prediction algorithm from a New Zealand anorak.It’s a relatively quick turnaround for Russia in the Rugby World Cup as they line up against Samoa in a Pool A encounter. It’s a game that sees Russia look to bounce back after losing on Friday while Samoa get their tournament under way.

And for Samoa, they need to ensure that they get off to a winning start if they are to give themselves a chance of sneaking through, taking advantage of Scotland’s poor show in their opener on the weekend.

As it stands, Ireland and Japan occupy first and second in Pool A while Scotland are rooted to the bottom of the log due to their negative points difference. The men from the Southern Hemisphere are heavy favourites at 1/33 while the Russians are 18/1 in the Full Time Result market.

The Winning Margin Spread is where the best opportunity to boost the betting balance appears to lie with Samoa by 26-30 and Samoa 31-35 at 11/2. There’s 6/1 on Samoa 21-25 and Samoa 36-40 at 13/2. Samoa 6-10, in the event of a closely fought fixture, is at 10/1.

Bears vs redskins Stream

Bears vs redskins Stream: Bears vs redskins Live Stream, The Bears (1-1) head to Washington to face the winless Redskins (0-2) on Monday Night Football, and there’s a winning record on the line for Chicago.The Bears offense, which has struggled in their first two games this season, has an opportunity to find their footing against a bad Redskins defense where there are explosive plays to be had.

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NFL Football Game 2019 Week-3
Team: Bears vs redskins
Date: Saturday, 23 September
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1. Don’t let it come down to a kick. Eddy Pineiro’s surprise inclusion on Saturday’s injury report, and official “questionable” status, does leave open the possibility the Bears don’t have a kicker on Monday night. Matt Nagy sounded optimistic about Pineiro’s injury being “minor” and having him available at FedEx Field, but the best thing the Bears can do is make sure they don’t desperately need their kicker to win (as they did last week).

Maybe Pineiro plays, maybe he doesn’t. But this is more of a general key: The Bears need roster talent advantage to take over on Monday night. Pineiro proved he can make the big kick last week, but if he’s at all banged up, it would be best to make sure he doesn’t need to make a kick to win at the end.

2. Hit intermediate throws and downfield shots. The Bears’ offensive line righted itself last week in Denver after a rough beginning of the season, and should provide ample time for Mitch Trubisky to push the ball downfield. Washington only has two sacks and 20 total pressures this year, and doesn’t have the talent in its secondary — even with big names like Josh Norman and Landon Collins — to make plays downfield.

To wit: Carson Wentz completed six of eight intermediate throws (traveling 10-20 yards beyond the line of scrimmage) and threw two touchdowns on passes traveling 20 yards or more beyond the line of scrimmage. A week later, Dak Prescott completed all six of his intermediate throws and hucked a touchdown on a deep ball.

Prescott and Wentz have, of course, looked much better than Trubisky over the first two weeks of the season. But at the very least, the opportunities for Trubisky to push the ball downfield should be there. The 2017 No. 2 overall pick needs to take advantage of those openings when they present themselves.

Succeeding here will require a good run-pass balance, though, because while Washington hasn’t got much out of their pass rush it does feature four former first-round picks (Ryan Kerrigan, Montez Sweat, Daron Payne, Jonathan Allen — provided Allen plays) who can still get after a quarterback if a passing play becomes obvious.

3. Don’t get beat on play action. While Washington has one of the NFL’s worst rushing offenses (ranking 30th in yards per rush and rushing yards per game), Case Keenum has been one of the NFL’s most effective quarterbacks when using play action. Rookie receiver Terry McLaurin is a legitimate deep threat of whom Eddie Jackson and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will need to be aware.

But the Bears’ defense is outstanding, and should be able to generate pressure on Keenum against an offensive line missing holdout left tackle Trent Williams. That could help keep a lid on Washington’s offense, which ranks fifth in DVOA, just as effectively as Jackson and Clinton-Dix could.

Prediction: Bears 20, Redskins 17. For those hoping Monday night will be the breakout game for the Bears’ offense, they’ll still be waiting. Washington’s defense isn’t very good, and the crowd atmosphere at FedEx Field won’t intimidate anyone on the Bears’ sideline. But this is still a road game, and the Bears only won one road game by more than a touchdown in 2018 (against a Buffalo Bills team quarterbacked by Nathan Peterman).

The expectation, though, is for the Bears’ offense to be better than it was in Weeks 1 and 2. That may not lead to a 2018-Week-4 level of explosion, but merely getting to 20 points would represent progress for this offense. What’ll be key, though: The Bears’ defense will force multiple takeaways, offsetting a handful of big plays made by Case Keenum and helping secure a narrow victory in Maryland.

Bears vs Redskins Stream

Bears vs Redskins Stream: Bears vs Redskins Live Stream: The Chicago Bears will try to get their offense on track on Monday Night Football when they face the winless Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. After two weeks, the Bears (1-1) rank 30th in the NFL in total offense at 263.5 yards per game. Only the struggling Miami Dolphins and the Sam Darnold-less New York Jets are worse. Last week, Chicago managed just 273 yards against Denver, but escaped with a 16-14 win on a 53-yard field goal by Eddy Pineiro as time expired.

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NFL Football Game 2019 Week-3
Team: Bears vs Redskins
Date: Saturday, 23 September
Start Time: Today
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1. Don’t let it come down to a kick. Eddy Pineiro’s surprise inclusion on Saturday’s injury report, and official “questionable” status, does leave open the possibility the Bears don’t have a kicker on Monday night. Matt Nagy sounded optimistic about Pineiro’s injury being “minor” and having him available at FedEx Field, but the best thing the Bears can do is make sure they don’t desperately need their kicker to win (as they did last week).

Maybe Pineiro plays, maybe he doesn’t. But this is more of a general key: The Bears need roster talent advantage to take over on Monday night. Pineiro proved he can make the big kick last week, but if he’s at all banged up, it would be best to make sure he doesn’t need to make a kick to win at the end.

2. Hit intermediate throws and downfield shots. The Bears’ offensive line righted itself last week in Denver after a rough beginning of the season, and should provide ample time for Mitch Trubisky to push the ball downfield. Washington only has two sacks and 20 total pressures this year, and doesn’t have the talent in its secondary — even with big names like Josh Norman and Landon Collins — to make plays downfield.

To wit: Carson Wentz completed six of eight intermediate throws (traveling 10-20 yards beyond the line of scrimmage) and threw two touchdowns on passes traveling 20 yards or more beyond the line of scrimmage. A week later, Dak Prescott completed all six of his intermediate throws and hucked a touchdown on a deep ball.

Prescott and Wentz have, of course, looked much better than Trubisky over the first two weeks of the season. But at the very least, the opportunities for Trubisky to push the ball downfield should be there. The 2017 No. 2 overall pick needs to take advantage of those openings when they present themselves.

Succeeding here will require a good run-pass balance, though, because while Washington hasn’t got much out of their pass rush it does feature four former first-round picks (Ryan Kerrigan, Montez Sweat, Daron Payne, Jonathan Allen — provided Allen plays) who can still get after a quarterback if a passing play becomes obvious.

3. Don’t get beat on play action. While Washington has one of the NFL’s worst rushing offenses (ranking 30th in yards per rush and rushing yards per game), Case Keenum has been one of the NFL’s most effective quarterbacks when using play action. Rookie receiver Terry McLaurin is a legitimate deep threat of whom Eddie Jackson and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will need to be aware.

But the Bears’ defense is outstanding, and should be able to generate pressure on Keenum against an offensive line missing holdout left tackle Trent Williams. That could help keep a lid on Washington’s offense, which ranks fifth in DVOA, just as effectively as Jackson and Clinton-Dix could.

Prediction: Bears 20, Redskins 17. For those hoping Monday night will be the breakout game for the Bears’ offense, they’ll still be waiting. Washington’s defense isn’t very good, and the crowd atmosphere at FedEx Field won’t intimidate anyone on the Bears’ sideline. But this is still a road game, and the Bears only won one road game by more than a touchdown in 2018 (against a Buffalo Bills team quarterbacked by Nathan Peterman).

The expectation, though, is for the Bears’ offense to be better than it was in Weeks 1 and 2. That may not lead to a 2018-Week-4 level of explosion, but merely getting to 20 points would represent progress for this offense. What’ll be key, though: The Bears’ defense will force multiple takeaways, offsetting a handful of big plays made by Case Keenum and helping secure a narrow victory in Maryland.

Monday Night Football 2019 Live

Monday Night Football 2019 Live: Monday Night Football 2019 Live Stream,The Bears are 1-1 after escaping the last minute against the Broncos. The Redskins are 0-2 even though they showed plenty of fight against the Eagles and Cowboys.Mitchell Trubisky has disappointed for Chicago at quarterback, while Washington counterpart Case Keenum has played much better than anyone expected to keep rookie first-rounder Dwayne Haskins on the bench. Keenum will now try to keep it going against a loaded defense on every level to further delay the beginning of the Haskins era.

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NFL Football Game 2019 Week-3
Event: Monday Night Football
Date: Saturday, 23 September
Start Time: Today
Live/Repeat: Live

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1. Don’t let it come down to a kick. Eddy Pineiro’s surprise inclusion on Saturday’s injury report, and official “questionable” status, does leave open the possibility the Bears don’t have a kicker on Monday night. Matt Nagy sounded optimistic about Pineiro’s injury being “minor” and having him available at FedEx Field, but the best thing the Bears can do is make sure they don’t desperately need their kicker to win (as they did last week).

Maybe Pineiro plays, maybe he doesn’t. But this is more of a general key: The Bears need roster talent advantage to take over on Monday night. Pineiro proved he can make the big kick last week, but if he’s at all banged up, it would be best to make sure he doesn’t need to make a kick to win at the end.

2. Hit intermediate throws and downfield shots. The Bears’ offensive line righted itself last week in Denver after a rough beginning of the season, and should provide ample time for Mitch Trubisky to push the ball downfield. Washington only has two sacks and 20 total pressures this year, and doesn’t have the talent in its secondary — even with big names like Josh Norman and Landon Collins — to make plays downfield.

To wit: Carson Wentz completed six of eight intermediate throws (traveling 10-20 yards beyond the line of scrimmage) and threw two touchdowns on passes traveling 20 yards or more beyond the line of scrimmage. A week later, Dak Prescott completed all six of his intermediate throws and hucked a touchdown on a deep ball.

Prescott and Wentz have, of course, looked much better than Trubisky over the first two weeks of the season. But at the very least, the opportunities for Trubisky to push the ball downfield should be there. The 2017 No. 2 overall pick needs to take advantage of those openings when they present themselves.

Succeeding here will require a good run-pass balance, though, because while Washington hasn’t got much out of their pass rush it does feature four former first-round picks (Ryan Kerrigan, Montez Sweat, Daron Payne, Jonathan Allen — provided Allen plays) who can still get after a quarterback if a passing play becomes obvious.

3. Don’t get beat on play action. While Washington has one of the NFL’s worst rushing offenses (ranking 30th in yards per rush and rushing yards per game), Case Keenum has been one of the NFL’s most effective quarterbacks when using play action. Rookie receiver Terry McLaurin is a legitimate deep threat of whom Eddie Jackson and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will need to be aware.

But the Bears’ defense is outstanding, and should be able to generate pressure on Keenum against an offensive line missing holdout left tackle Trent Williams. That could help keep a lid on Washington’s offense, which ranks fifth in DVOA, just as effectively as Jackson and Clinton-Dix could.

Prediction: Bears 20, Redskins 17. For those hoping Monday night will be the breakout game for the Bears’ offense, they’ll still be waiting. Washington’s defense isn’t very good, and the crowd atmosphere at FedEx Field won’t intimidate anyone on the Bears’ sideline. But this is still a road game, and the Bears only won one road game by more than a touchdown in 2018 (against a Buffalo Bills team quarterbacked by Nathan Peterman).

The expectation, though, is for the Bears’ offense to be better than it was in Weeks 1 and 2. That may not lead to a 2018-Week-4 level of explosion, but merely getting to 20 points would represent progress for this offense. What’ll be key, though: The Bears’ defense will force multiple takeaways, offsetting a handful of big plays made by Case Keenum and helping secure a narrow victory in Maryland.

Chicago Bears vs Washington Redskins

Chicago Bears vs Washington Redskins: Chicago Bears vs Washington Redskins Live Stream, Those interested in catching a Redskins vs. Bears game are in for a treat regardless of where the game takes place, as both teams play at energetic venues. The Redskins home games are played at FedExField in Landover, MD, while the Bears home games are played at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL. For QB Mitch Trubisky, this game has even more meaning, as fans are looking for something, anything from the third-year quarterback that points to him being Chicago’s quarterback of the future.

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NFL Football Game 2019 Week-3
Team: Chicago Bears vs Washington Redskins
Date: Saturday, 23 September
Start Time: Today
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1. Don’t let it come down to a kick. Eddy Pineiro’s surprise inclusion on Saturday’s injury report, and official “questionable” status, does leave open the possibility the Bears don’t have a kicker on Monday night. Matt Nagy sounded optimistic about Pineiro’s injury being “minor” and having him available at FedEx Field, but the best thing the Bears can do is make sure they don’t desperately need their kicker to win (as they did last week).

Maybe Pineiro plays, maybe he doesn’t. But this is more of a general key: The Bears need roster talent advantage to take over on Monday night. Pineiro proved he can make the big kick last week, but if he’s at all banged up, it would be best to make sure he doesn’t need to make a kick to win at the end.

2. Hit intermediate throws and downfield shots. The Bears’ offensive line righted itself last week in Denver after a rough beginning of the season, and should provide ample time for Mitch Trubisky to push the ball downfield. Washington only has two sacks and 20 total pressures this year, and doesn’t have the talent in its secondary — even with big names like Josh Norman and Landon Collins — to make plays downfield.

To wit: Carson Wentz completed six of eight intermediate throws (traveling 10-20 yards beyond the line of scrimmage) and threw two touchdowns on passes traveling 20 yards or more beyond the line of scrimmage. A week later, Dak Prescott completed all six of his intermediate throws and hucked a touchdown on a deep ball.

Prescott and Wentz have, of course, looked much better than Trubisky over the first two weeks of the season. But at the very least, the opportunities for Trubisky to push the ball downfield should be there. The 2017 No. 2 overall pick needs to take advantage of those openings when they present themselves.

Succeeding here will require a good run-pass balance, though, because while Washington hasn’t got much out of their pass rush it does feature four former first-round picks (Ryan Kerrigan, Montez Sweat, Daron Payne, Jonathan Allen — provided Allen plays) who can still get after a quarterback if a passing play becomes obvious.

3. Don’t get beat on play action. While Washington has one of the NFL’s worst rushing offenses (ranking 30th in yards per rush and rushing yards per game), Case Keenum has been one of the NFL’s most effective quarterbacks when using play action. Rookie receiver Terry McLaurin is a legitimate deep threat of whom Eddie Jackson and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will need to be aware.

But the Bears’ defense is outstanding, and should be able to generate pressure on Keenum against an offensive line missing holdout left tackle Trent Williams. That could help keep a lid on Washington’s offense, which ranks fifth in DVOA, just as effectively as Jackson and Clinton-Dix could.

Prediction: Bears 20, Redskins 17. For those hoping Monday night will be the breakout game for the Bears’ offense, they’ll still be waiting. Washington’s defense isn’t very good, and the crowd atmosphere at FedEx Field won’t intimidate anyone on the Bears’ sideline. But this is still a road game, and the Bears only won one road game by more than a touchdown in 2018 (against a Buffalo Bills team quarterbacked by Nathan Peterman).

The expectation, though, is for the Bears’ offense to be better than it was in Weeks 1 and 2. That may not lead to a 2018-Week-4 level of explosion, but merely getting to 20 points would represent progress for this offense. What’ll be key, though: The Bears’ defense will force multiple takeaways, offsetting a handful of big plays made by Case Keenum and helping secure a narrow victory in Maryland.

Bears vs redskins Live

Bears vs redskins Live: Bears vs redskins Live Stream, The Bears (1-1) head to Washington to face the winless Redskins (0-2) on Monday Night Football, and there’s a winning record on the line for Chicago.The Bears offense, which has struggled in their first two games this season, has an opportunity to find their footing against a bad Redskins defense where there are explosive plays to be had.

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NFL Football Game 2019 Week-3
Team: Bears vs redskins
Date: Saturday, 23 September
Start Time: Today
Live/Repeat: Live

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1. Don’t let it come down to a kick. Eddy Pineiro’s surprise inclusion on Saturday’s injury report, and official “questionable” status, does leave open the possibility the Bears don’t have a kicker on Monday night. Matt Nagy sounded optimistic about Pineiro’s injury being “minor” and having him available at FedEx Field, but the best thing the Bears can do is make sure they don’t desperately need their kicker to win (as they did last week).

Maybe Pineiro plays, maybe he doesn’t. But this is more of a general key: The Bears need roster talent advantage to take over on Monday night. Pineiro proved he can make the big kick last week, but if he’s at all banged up, it would be best to make sure he doesn’t need to make a kick to win at the end.

2. Hit intermediate throws and downfield shots. The Bears’ offensive line righted itself last week in Denver after a rough beginning of the season, and should provide ample time for Mitch Trubisky to push the ball downfield. Washington only has two sacks and 20 total pressures this year, and doesn’t have the talent in its secondary — even with big names like Josh Norman and Landon Collins — to make plays downfield.

To wit: Carson Wentz completed six of eight intermediate throws (traveling 10-20 yards beyond the line of scrimmage) and threw two touchdowns on passes traveling 20 yards or more beyond the line of scrimmage. A week later, Dak Prescott completed all six of his intermediate throws and hucked a touchdown on a deep ball.

Prescott and Wentz have, of course, looked much better than Trubisky over the first two weeks of the season. But at the very least, the opportunities for Trubisky to push the ball downfield should be there. The 2017 No. 2 overall pick needs to take advantage of those openings when they present themselves.

Succeeding here will require a good run-pass balance, though, because while Washington hasn’t got much out of their pass rush it does feature four former first-round picks (Ryan Kerrigan, Montez Sweat, Daron Payne, Jonathan Allen — provided Allen plays) who can still get after a quarterback if a passing play becomes obvious.

3. Don’t get beat on play action. While Washington has one of the NFL’s worst rushing offenses (ranking 30th in yards per rush and rushing yards per game), Case Keenum has been one of the NFL’s most effective quarterbacks when using play action. Rookie receiver Terry McLaurin is a legitimate deep threat of whom Eddie Jackson and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will need to be aware.

But the Bears’ defense is outstanding, and should be able to generate pressure on Keenum against an offensive line missing holdout left tackle Trent Williams. That could help keep a lid on Washington’s offense, which ranks fifth in DVOA, just as effectively as Jackson and Clinton-Dix could.

Prediction: Bears 20, Redskins 17. For those hoping Monday night will be the breakout game for the Bears’ offense, they’ll still be waiting. Washington’s defense isn’t very good, and the crowd atmosphere at FedEx Field won’t intimidate anyone on the Bears’ sideline. But this is still a road game, and the Bears only won one road game by more than a touchdown in 2018 (against a Buffalo Bills team quarterbacked by Nathan Peterman).

The expectation, though, is for the Bears’ offense to be better than it was in Weeks 1 and 2. That may not lead to a 2018-Week-4 level of explosion, but merely getting to 20 points would represent progress for this offense. What’ll be key, though: The Bears’ defense will force multiple takeaways, offsetting a handful of big plays made by Case Keenum and helping secure a narrow victory in Maryland.

Bears vs Redskins

Bears vs Redskins: Bears vs Redskins Live Streaam, Rarely is a Week 3 game described as a must-win, but in the case of the Chicago Bears’ Monday night contest against the Washington Redskins, it may just be. The Vikings improved to 2-1 with their win over the Raiders and will be Chicago’s next opponent in Week 4. If the Bears lose the Chicago Bears will try to get their offense on track on Monday Night Football when they face the winless Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. After two weeks, the Bears (1-1) rank 30th in the NFL in total offense at 263.5 yards per game. Chicago is a 4.5-point favorite in the

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1. Don’t let it come down to a kick. Eddy Pineiro’s surprise inclusion on Saturday’s injury report, and official “questionable” status, does leave open the possibility the Bears don’t have a kicker on Monday night. Matt Nagy sounded optimistic about Pineiro’s injury being “minor” and having him available at FedEx Field, but the best thing the Bears can do is make sure they don’t desperately need their kicker to win (as they did last week).

Maybe Pineiro plays, maybe he doesn’t. But this is more of a general key: The Bears need roster talent advantage to take over on Monday night. Pineiro proved he can make the big kick last week, but if he’s at all banged up, it would be best to make sure he doesn’t need to make a kick to win at the end.

2. Hit intermediate throws and downfield shots. The Bears’ offensive line righted itself last week in Denver after a rough beginning of the season, and should provide ample time for Mitch Trubisky to push the ball downfield. Washington only has two sacks and 20 total pressures this year, and doesn’t have the talent in its secondary — even with big names like Josh Norman and Landon Collins — to make plays downfield.

To wit: Carson Wentz completed six of eight intermediate throws (traveling 10-20 yards beyond the line of scrimmage) and threw two touchdowns on passes traveling 20 yards or more beyond the line of scrimmage. A week later, Dak Prescott completed all six of his intermediate throws and hucked a touchdown on a deep ball.

Prescott and Wentz have, of course, looked much better than Trubisky over the first two weeks of the season. But at the very least, the opportunities for Trubisky to push the ball downfield should be there. The 2017 No. 2 overall pick needs to take advantage of those openings when they present themselves.

Succeeding here will require a good run-pass balance, though, because while Washington hasn’t got much out of their pass rush it does feature four former first-round picks (Ryan Kerrigan, Montez Sweat, Daron Payne, Jonathan Allen — provided Allen plays) who can still get after a quarterback if a passing play becomes obvious.

3. Don’t get beat on play action. While Washington has one of the NFL’s worst rushing offenses (ranking 30th in yards per rush and rushing yards per game), Case Keenum has been one of the NFL’s most effective quarterbacks when using play action. Rookie receiver Terry McLaurin is a legitimate deep threat of whom Eddie Jackson and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will need to be aware.

But the Bears’ defense is outstanding, and should be able to generate pressure on Keenum against an offensive line missing holdout left tackle Trent Williams. That could help keep a lid on Washington’s offense, which ranks fifth in DVOA, just as effectively as Jackson and Clinton-Dix could.

Prediction: Bears 20, Redskins 17. For those hoping Monday night will be the breakout game for the Bears’ offense, they’ll still be waiting. Washington’s defense isn’t very good, and the crowd atmosphere at FedEx Field won’t intimidate anyone on the Bears’ sideline. But this is still a road game, and the Bears only won one road game by more than a touchdown in 2018 (against a Buffalo Bills team quarterbacked by Nathan Peterman).

The expectation, though, is for the Bears’ offense to be better than it was in Weeks 1 and 2. That may not lead to a 2018-Week-4 level of explosion, but merely getting to 20 points would represent progress for this offense. What’ll be key, though: The Bears’ defense will force multiple takeaways, offsetting a handful of big plays made by Case Keenum and helping secure a narrow victory in Maryland.