Sunday night’s game between the Los Angeles Rams (11-1 SU, 5-6-1 ATS) and the Chicago Bears (8-4 SU and ATS) will be a high-octane matchup between two NFC division leaders. The big question for the game is whether Chicago starting QB Mitchell Trubisky (97.7 passer rating) will suit up after missing the last two games with a shoulder injury. Trubisky feels confident that he’ll be able to start, and the sentiment is echoed by head coach Matt Nagy.

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Chase Daniel (90.6 rating) delivered mixed results in relief of Trubisky, splitting a pair of road games straight up and against the spread for the Bears. Before that, the Bears had won four straight games SU and ATS.

The Rams, meanwhile, are just 2-6-1 ATS since sweeping their first three games in dominant fashion. Their defense hasn’t been as strong as they hoped after loading up on talent during the offseason – although the arrival of LB Dante Fowler Jr. at the trade deadline has helped somewhat. But will they be motivated for Sunday’s visit to Solider Field after already clinching the NFC West? Kick-off is at 8:20 PM ET on NBC.

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