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CHICAGO (4 - 2) at WASHINGTON (1 - 4)
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Week 7 Sunday, 10/20/2013 1:00 PM
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CHICAGO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-2+1.81-45-128.717.0369.2(6.1)1.726.818.2373.0(6.2)2.8
Road Games1-101-12-036.018.5337.5(5.6)2.031.520.0423.0(6.7)4.0
Last 3 Games1-2-1.20-32-125.714.7407.7(6.8)1.729.021.3363.0(6)2.0
Grass Games4-1+2.81-34-128.017.8359.6(6)
CHICAGO - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)28.717.020.029:4824-109(4.5)24-3666.1%260(7.2)60-369(6.1)(12.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.812.920.930:1027-115(4.3)23-3761.9%247(6.6)64-362(5.7)(14.6)
Offense Road Games36.018.516.529:5322-119(5.4)23-3861.0%218(5.7)60-337(5.6)(9.4)
Defense (All Games)26.818.219.830:1226-102(3.9)22-3367.0%271(8.1)60-373(6.2)(13.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.311.619.830:0424-90(3.7)24-3862.8%269(7.1)62-358(5.8)(16.1)
Defense Road Games31.520.022.030:0625-119(4.7)24-3864.5%303(8)63-423(6.7)(13.4)
CHICAGO - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against1.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-542.7%1-075.0%2-62(26.4)1-13(15.2)4-39
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.30.92.2 13-538.2%1-045.1%2-52(23.6)14-2(7.1)6-54
Stats Against (Road Games) 10-223.8%0-00.0%2-55(22)1-30(20.3)4-42

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-4-3.81-42-321.47.4399.2(6)1.828.619.0395.0(6.3)1.4
Home Games0-2-2.80-21-123.510.5401.0(5.8)2.530.021.5442.0(6.4)1.5
Last 3 Games1-2-11-20-320.010.0397.3(5.8)1.724.015.0317.3(5.5)1.3
Grass Games1-3-2.81-32-222.77.7390.7(6)1.728.020.2440.5(6.7)1.5
WASHINGTON - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)21.47.422.029:3924-128(5.2)25-4259.8%271(6.5)66-399(6)(18.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.710.621.830:2025-102(4.2)25-3964.8%285(7.3)64-388(6.1)(15.7)
Offense Home Games23.510.526.029:1620-97(4.8)31-4962.6%304(6.1)69-401(5.8)(17.1)
Defense (All Games)28.619.022.030:2128-123(4.4)23-3466.1%272(7.9)62-395(6.3)(13.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2613.620.930:4027-125(4.7)22-3564.1%264(7.6)62-390(6.3)(15)
Defense Home Games30.021.525.030:4336-163(4.5)20-3359.7%279(8.3)69-442(6.4)(14.7)
WASHINGTON - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-537.3%1-180.0%2-48(26.4)2-31(19.1)6-56
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.81.6 13-539.3%0-042.5%2-42(22.8)21-2(10.4)7-59
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-539.3%1-1100.0%1-26(17.3)1-4(4.5)8-68
Average power rating of opponents played: CHICAGO 20.5,  WASHINGTON 20.4
CHICAGO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2013@ PITTSBURGH40-23W-2W40.5O28-10720-30-151021-8026-41-3795
9/29/2013@ DETROIT32-40L3L47.5O16-13127-47-286430-15923-35-2283
10/6/2013NEW ORLEANS18-26L-1.5L50U18-9424-33-340128-6629-35-2810
10/10/2013NY GIANTS27-21W-9.5L46.5O29-11024-36-262026-12314-26-2323
10/20/2013@ WASHINGTON            
11/4/2013@ GREEN BAY            

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/15/2013@ GREEN BAY20-38L7L47.5O17-10826-40-314124-13934-42-4411
9/29/2013@ OAKLAND24-14W-3.5W45U32-12218-31-217126-10421-32-1942
10/13/2013@ DALLAS16-31L5.5L52U33-21619-39-217219-4818-30-1651
10/27/2013@ DENVER            
11/3/2013SAN DIEGO            
11/7/2013@ MINNESOTA            
11/17/2013@ PHILADELPHIA            
CHICAGO: New offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer coached the line and running backs during his tenure in New Orleans (he'll also coach the O-Line this season), and the Saints ran a sophisticated and versatile running scheme. Expect both man and zone blocking from the Bears, and they'll likely be running out of spread looks much more often than last year. Matt Forte is still the lead rusher, and he'll stay on the field on third downs as one of the league's best passing down backs. Michael Bush will spell him and take a third of the workload, including the majority of short-yardage runs and goal-line carries. New head coach Marc Trestman will run an offense more like what Jay Cutler ran in Denver. They'll use a lot of spread looks with more quick-hitters, short hitches and slants. Brandon Marshall is the primary target, a possession receiver who does most of his work facing the line of scrimmage. Alshon Jeffery will likely work underneath a little bit more in his second season. Slot receiver Earl Bennett should see an uptick in reps, though he's been marginalized by Marshall. TE Martellus Bennett will likely get the chance to flex out more, and Forte will catch plenty of screens. The Bears figure to lean heavily on the backs in the red zone, and when they do throw, Cutler usually force-feeds Marshall. New defensive coordinator Mel Tucker won't tinker much with this defense that led the NFL with 44 takeaways, including eight pick-sixes. DE Julius Peppers (111.5 career sacks) is still a menace, CBs Tim Jennings (NFL-high 9 INT) and Charles Tillman (10 FF, 3 TD) are outstanding, and 24-year-old SS Major Wright (4 INT) is a rising star in this league. New MLB D.J. Williams is a suitable replacement for the retired Brian Urlacher, working alongside accomplished WLB Lance Briggs and new SLB James Anderson.
WASHINGTON: Only Seattle was more run-heavy than the Redskins last season, and even when he didn't keep it, everything they did was based on Robert Griffin III. It's head coach Mike Shanahan's classic zone blocking up front in the running game, but with the added threat of Griffin keeping and rolling out each time. It adds another dimension to an already excellent running scheme. Alfred Morris is a three-down workhorse and will take the overwhelming majority of the reps again. Evan Royster and Roy Helu will battle for the scraps, with Royster's versatility giving him an edge. The passing game works off the running game, using a lot of play-action and rollouts for Griffin. Pierre Garcon is the closest thing to a No. 1 receiver, getting a lot of catch-and-run and crossing opportunities, and getting a fair share of bubble screens as well. They use three receivers often, with Josh Morgan staying in the lineup because he blocks so well. He'll get only a handful of catches as a possession receiver. Leonard Hankerson will push Santana Moss for third receiver reps. While H-back Fred Davis is close to a No. 2 receiver, the backs are rarely used to catch passes. The Redskins remain run-heavy in the red zone, with RGIII running outside the pocket or Morris pounding between the tackles. Because the Redskins stuffed the run so effectively (96 YPG allowed, 5th in NFL), opponents chose to throw on them more than any NFL team (39.7 attempts per game) and piled up serious yardage. Rookie CB David Amerson and former Bucs CB E.J. Biggers should help the overworked secondary. Six different defenders scored touchdowns last year, but DE/OLB Ryan Kerrigan (8 sacks) was the only player with at least five sacks. Ageless ILB London Fletcher, 38, is still productive, and OLB Brian Orakpo is now healthy.
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*Bears-Redskins Preview* ========================


The Washington Redskins won't sugarcoat the way they played in their latest defeat, or the entire season for that matter.

They hope to avoid going 0-3 at home for the first time in 15 years while trying for a fifth consecutive victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday.

A season removed from winning the NFC East title, Washington (1-4) is searching for a way to get back on track and make up ground in a division in which no team is above .500.

The Redskins rank fourth in the NFL with 399.2 yards per game, but 20th at 21.4 points per contest. They are also near the bottom of the league with 395.0 yards and 28.6 points allowed per contest.

Washington is last in the league in punt coverage at 19.1 yards allowed per return and 28th in kickoff coverage at 26.4. It gave up an 86-yard punt return for a touchdown during a 31-16 loss at Dallas last Sunday.

"This team is the defending NFC (East) champs and we're sitting here at 1-4 right now," quarterback Robert Griffin III said. "We have to take that medicine and move on to the next week, learn from it and not put us in the tank."

Washington outgained the Cowboys 433-213. Alfred Morris rushed for 81 yards and a TD and Griffin threw for 246 yards and ran for 77 - five more yards than he totaled on the ground in the previous four games.

However, Griffin was 19 of 39 without a touchdown pass and had turnovers on back-to-back possessions in the fourth quarter.

"You aren't going to get any excuses from this guy," he said. "We didn't play well enough to win in all three phases of the game. We have to go out and win as a team."

The Redskins now get the chance to do so at home, where they haven't started 0-3 since 1998. Their FedEx Field losses have come against Philadelphia and Detroit by a combined 13 points.

"In order to beat a team like Chicago, you've got to take it a day at a time and just concentrate on that football team," Washington coach Mike Shanahan said. "If you get better as a group, then you've got a chance to win and at least that's the formula that I look at."

Though the Redskins have won four straight over the Bears (4-2), those games were decided by a combined 16 points. Chicago's Jay Cutler was intercepted four times by DeAngelo Hall in those contests, with Hall returning one for a 92-yard TD in Washington's 17-14 road win Oct. 24, 2010 in the latest meeting.

However, Cutler, who played his first three seasons for Shanahan in Denver, is averaging career highs with a 65.9 completion percentage and 95.2 passer rating. He's thrown four touchdowns and no interceptions the last two weeks, passing for two scores in a 27-21 victory over the New York Giants last Thursday that ended Chicago's two-game slide.

Brandon Marshall, who also played with Cutler for Shanahan in Denver, caught a season-high nine passes for 87 yards and two TDs against the Giants. Marshall bounced back after voicing his frustration following a four- reception, 30-yard, one-touchdown effort in a loss to New Orleans the previous week.

The Bears' 10-game run of forcing at least one turnover ended against the Saints, but they intercepted Eli Manning three times, including one Tim Jennings returned 48 yards for a touchdown.

Chicago has gone 17-1 in the last 18 in which it's forced at least three turnovers.

"We see things each and every week that tell us we cannot just be good, we can be very good," coach Marc Trestman said. "But we also know there's a lot of work ahead."

That's particularly true on the defensive line, which has lost tackles Henry Melton and Nate Collins to season-ending knee injuries. Those absences were likely a big reason the Giants' Brandon Jacobs rushed for 106 yards and two TDs in his first start since 2011.

The Bears also rank 30th with eight sacks.

"I believe the talent is there and we've just got to keep working on it," Trestman told the Bears' official website.

Marshall has 12 receptions for 232 yards and two touchdowns in two games against Washington.

Already struggling, the Redskins' banged-up kick and punt coverage units must try to contain dangerous return man Devin Hester. He has an NFL-record 18 returns for touchdowns, though he hasn't recorded one in his last 28 games dating to 2011.

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Last Updated: 5/27/2018 12:29:24 PM EST

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