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Chicago Bears 2017 Season Betting Preview

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Jul/28/2017

Gambling911.com has your Chicago Bears 2017 season betting preview with the early futures odds following immediately here.

2017-2018 Season Odds

Super Bowl 125/1 – Pays $12500 for every $100 bet

NFC North 30/1 – Pays $3000 for every $100 bet

Regular Season Wins – 5.5  OVER +120, UNDER -130

Chicago Bears 2017 Season Betting Preview

While we do believe the Bears will win OVER 5.5 regular season games, it won’t kill anyone to place a small bet on them winning the division with the potential to pay out $3000 for every $100 bet or $300 for every $10 bet.  “Rebuilding” is the name of the game here but there is talent and new coaching and any type of fast start could result in some overachieving in 2017. 

We here at Gambling911.com have already previewed the Week 1 game between Chicago and Atlanta.  There is a great deal for the Bears to look forward to, mostly on the offensive end.

Fresh from an underperforming season with the New York Giants, Victor Cruz is likely to improve with the change in scenery many believe.  After all, Cruz finished the first two seasons in the league with over 1,000 yards receiving.

Mitchell Trubisky will likely be starting for the Bears, but probably not until Week 3, if not later.

Jordan Howard is likely to be the league’s best rusher.  In just 15 games played last season he finished with the second most rushing yards (1,313) in the NFL.

But Chicago did score 21 or fewer points in eight of their last ten games of 2016, a few games under the 25.5 threshold we’d like to see, assuming both teams are made equal, in surpassing the 50.5 total posted.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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