Chicago Bears vs. Oakland Raiders: Spread Info, Line and Predictions

The Chicago Bears will face their biggest test of the season as they head out to the bay to play the Oakland Raiders, and they will have to do so without star quarterback Jay Cutler.

Cutler suffered a thumb injury last weekend against the San Diego Chargers and it appears that he will be out for at least a few weeks.

The news couldn't be any worse for a 7-3 Bears team that is right in the middle of the wild-card hunt.

The Raiders are also starting to think playoffs, but unlike the Bears, they are doing so from the top of their division.

At 6-4, Oakland has a slim lead over Denver in the division, and with the Broncos and Chargers squaring off this weekend, the Raiders could use a win to gain more ground.

This is a huge game with tons of playoff implications for both teams. 

Where: Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, CA 

When: Sunday Nov. 27. 4:05 p.m. EST

Watch: FOX


Spread: -4

Oakland has been rather inconsistent at home this season at 2-3, but the Bears are without Cutler so this is a safe bet.

Over/Under: 41

The Bears are defensive minded and without their starting quarterback. Oakland averages 23.5 points per game. It's going to be close, but I say go with the under.

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Key Injuries:

Bears: Quarterback Jay Cutler out (thumb), cornerback D.J. Moore doubtful (ankle).

Raiders: Quarterback Jason Campbell out (collarbone), wide receiver Jacoby Ford out (foot), running back Darren McFadden out (foot), defensive end Jarvis Moss out (hamstring), running back Taiwan Jones questionable (hamstring), wide receiver Denarius Moore questionable (foot), wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey questionable (neck), safety Michael Huff questionable (ankle), cornerback Chris Johnson questionable (hamstring), ...

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