Monday Night Football 2019 : Where to Watch Chicago Bears vs. Washington Redskins, TV Channel, Live Stream, Odds, The Chicago Bears travel to the nation’s capital on Monday, looking to solve their offensive woes when they take on the Washington Redskins.
== MATCH INFO ==
NFL Monday Night Football-WEEK 3
Team : Chicago Bears vs Washington Redskins
Date : Monday, September 23
Start Time : 8:15 Pm Et
Monday Night Football 2019
The Bears have scored a meager 19 points in the first two games combined, the second-lowest total in the NFL—behind only that of the hapless Miami Dolphins.
Chicago couldn’t move the ball in a 10-3 defeat at home in the opening game of the campaign against the Green Bay Packers and were just as laborious in Denver against the Broncos last week.
Eddy Pineiro kicked a 53-yard field goal as time expired to give the Bears a 16-14 win—far from impressive, but enough to improve their record to 1-1.
The Bears have just scored one touchdown in two games and have a less than stellar 23.1 percent conversion rate on third downs.
Mitchell Trubisky has thrown for just 348 yards through the first two weeks, completing 58.3 percent of his passes for a quarterback rating of 27.5.
The quarterback exemplifies Chicago’s struggles, as he averages just 4.8 yards per pass and has only thrown one touchdown pass so far, along with one pick.
It won’t be long before patience wears thin with Trubiksy and a stuttering offense.
Luckily for the Bears, their matchup on Monday offers them the chance to rectify some issues. With 31.5 and 455, the Redskins are the league’s joint-second worst team in terms of points conceded and of yardage allowed.
Washington’s passing defense ranks 25th, while its rushing defense is second-last across the NFL.
On the other side of the ball, Case Keenum has been his usual solid self, throwing for 601 yards and five touchdowns, while completing 69.1 percent of his passes.
The Redskins quarterback is yet to throw an interception and has been sacked only twice, but faces a difficult test against a Bears defense that has recorded 28 interceptions since the beginning of last season.