Game Overview ::
By Hilow >>
Pivotal matchup between Chicago’s top-ranked red zone defense and Tennessee’s second-ranked red zone offense (red zone touchdown rates)The likeliest game flow hinges entirely on said matchupOverall, not a ton to love from this game, with a couple maybe plays depending on game flow
How Chicago Will Try To Win ::
As we know by now, Chicago would like to play at a slow pace (30th-ranked situation-neutral pace of play at 31.85 seconds per play), take a few deep shots per game to rookie Darnell Mooney (finally connected . . .