Chicago Bears Vs San Francisco 49ers: Complete Preview – Analysis of Week 2


Heading into week two of the regular season, the Chicago Bears are scheduled to face off against the San Francisco 49ers on their home turf of Levi’s Stadium. In their first game of the regular season, the Bears went head to head with the Buffalo Bills, eventually losing in overtime with a final score of 23-20. The 49ers faced the Dallas Cowboys and won with a final score of 28-17. The Chicago Bears are 0-1 going into the second game of the season and the 49ers are undefeated at 1-0.

The Bears have a long history of losing to the 49ers and that is unlikely to change this week with the 49ers having the home field advantage. They have been allowing the opposing offense to gain an almost obscene number of yard during games and have had great difficulty stopping the run. Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was intercepted twice in last week’s game, resulting in their opponents putting 10 more points on the board. If Cutler does not play well on Sunday, the Bears haven’t got a chance of winning.

The 49ers have displayed a strong offensive line in their previous games with two capable backs in Frank Gore and Carlos Hyde. 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick completed 11-of-13 passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns in last week’s game. If the 49ers remain in the top form they have been displaying in their other games, they should have no problem beating the Bears decisively.

The Bears will be potentially playing without their top two wideouts on Sunday, with Alshon Jeffery recovering from a hamstring injury and Brandon Marshall struggling with an ankle injury. QB David Fales is out with a shoulder injury and both G Matt Slauson and C Roberto Garza are out with ankle injuries.

49ers right tackle Anthony Davis will be out on Sunday with a hamstring injury and C Marcus Martin is out with a knee injury. DT Glenn Dorsey is on injured reserve with a torn left bicep and CB Kenneth Acker is on the list with an undisclosed injury. LB Aldon Smith has been suspended and is not expected to return until week 11.

Latest Line – San Francisco is favored to win by 7.

San Francisco will be a force too strong for Chicago to overcome and should win the game easily on Sunday.

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