Ravens 31, Bears 17
This is a fairly average Bears team that is rushing its rookie quarterback into the starting job. Rookie quarterbacks have had no success against the Ravens at home under John Harbaugh (winless in 11 tries, including the postseason). If the Ravens can keep the momentum going with the offense, this should not be a close game.
Ravens 24, Bears 16
The Ravens have not been a model of consistency and must avoid another serious injury. But Chicago has looked woeful on both sides of the ball, and quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is still a rookie.
Ravens 24, Bears 10
Chicago is operating on a short week and the Bears will be starting a rookie QB. It is a good formula for a loss.
Ravens 29, Bears 13
The confidence-infused Ravens offense will hit the ground running, which should give Joe Flacco a chance to stretch the field like he did several times against the Raiders. Meanwhile, several large bodies will fall on top of rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky over the course of the afternoon.
Ravens 23, Bears 13
The Ravens at home against a rookie quarterback have been one of the safest bets in the sport. The jury’s still out on whether they’ve found an offensive identity, but it shouldn’t matter this week.
Ravens 20, Bears 10
The Ravens typically make life difficult for rookie quarterbacks a M&T Bank Stadium and Mitchell Trubisky doesn't exactly come to Baltimore with a lot of help around him. The Bears are a team the Ravens should handle.