Eagles vs Bears :The 2019 NFL Wild Card schedule concludes on Sunday at Soldier Field as the Chicago Bears host the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles for a 4:40 p.m. ET kickoff.
== MATCH INFO ==
NFL Playoffs 2019
Team : Eagles vs Bears
Date : Sunday, January 6
Start Time : 4:40 Pm Et
It’s a matchup of two incredibly hot teams, as Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has won three games in place of Carson Wentz to sneak into the 2019 NFL Playoffs, while Khalil Mack and the Bears’ defense have guided Chicago to wins in nine of their last 10. The Monsters of the Midway are 6.5-point favorites, with the total at 41.5 in the latest Bears vs. Eagles odds.
This will be only the fourth time these two teams have met in the postseason, so before you make your Bears vs. Eagles picks and NFL predictions, be sure to check out the results from SportsLine’s Projection Model.
Here’s a preview of both games, including key matchups, X-factors and picks and predictions for each game.
Seahawks front-seven vs. Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott: It’s no secret that the Dallas Cowboys offense functions best when it is funneled through running back Ezekiel Elliott. Elliott won the NFL’s rushing title this season with 1,434 yards and six touchdowns. If the Cowboys are able to establish the run early with Elliott and set the tone, it could be a long night for the Seahawks’ defense. However, Seattle allowed average of 113.2 yards per game. If the Seahawks keep Elliott under 100 rushing yards, they have a good chance of advancing.
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott vs. Seahawks’ secondary: Prescott enters the playoffs riding the high of his signature performance of the 2018 season. Passing for a season-high four touchdowns and 387 yards in a thrilling last-second victory over the Giants, Prescott offered a glimpse of what the Cowboys offense is capable of in the absence of Elliott. The Seahawks are vulnerable through the air, allowing an average of 240 yards passing per game.