Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears - 5/29/20 Madden20 NFL Sim Pick, Odds, and Prediction
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Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers
Madden20 Sim: Friday, May 29, 2020 at 4:00 pm
The Line: Green Bay Packers -2.5 -- Over/Under: 43.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers meet Friday afternoon in a Madden20 NFL simulation game. Click Here To Bet This NFL Sim Game
The Chicago Bears rely heavily on the defensive side of the ball, as six of their top-seven ranked players are defensive players. Linebacker Khalil Mack leads the Bears with 98 overall rating while Eddie Jackson and Kyle Fuller make for one of the better secondary’s in the game. Surprisingly, wide receiver Allen Robinson is the Bears second best rated player at a 89 overall. Overall, it’s hard to get behind the Chicago Bears who have a quarterback in Mitch Trubisky who has a rating of 73 overall, which is the same as their punter Pat O’Donnell. The Bears defense should keep them in games, but you really lack confidence if this team gets behind early and has to rely on throwing the ball to get back in it.
The Green Bay Packers have three players ranked 90 or better overall in left tackle David Bakhtiari, wide receiver Davante Adams and defensive tackle Kenny Clark. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers comes in with an 89 rating overall, a 82 rating in acceleration and a 91 awareness rating. Of course, a lot of the Packers success comes down to quarterback play and as long as he takes care of the ball, they’ll give you a chance to win no matter who they play. The problem is the Packers have limited weapons outside of quarterback, so scoring can be limited at times and the ground game has been weak in past simulations. However, the Green Bay Packers have eight players with an awareness rating of at least 90, which is important in a computer simulation where you’re counting on guys to do their job correctly.
We've seen this simulation many times in the past and it's the Green Bay Packers who usually have the success. The Chicago Bears just don't have the offensive firepower to keep up with above average teams in this game, and they're often sloppy on that side of the ball overall. As long as the Packers can find the end zone a few times and play their bend but don't break defense, they should be fine.
I'll lay the small chalk with the Packers.