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The Bears are expected to turn to rookie Jeremy Langford, who has 27 carries for 80 yards.
Betting Line: Chargers by 4.5 points
Over/Under: 49.5 points
Start Time: 8:30 p.m.
TV Channel: ESPN
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The Chargers host the Bears Monday, with game time scheduled for 8:30 p.m. ET. Let’s take a look at the fantasy names to consider.
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Two teams seeking just their third win of the season meet on Monday night when the San Diego Chargers (2-6) host the Chicago Bears (2-5). The matchup may be lacking in a bit of luster, as Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, who leads the league in passing yards and has thrown 18 touchdowns, will be without his best best target, and the Bears will be missing their top rusher.
Wide receiver Keenan Allen has been a bright spot for the Chargers, but he will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a lacerated kidney against the Baltimore Ravens last week. The 23-year-old entered Week 9 ranking No. 2 in receptions (67) and No. 3 in receiving yards (725).
Rivers still has a solid group after Allen, but he is certain to miss the star wide out. Dontrelle Inman is expected to play a larger role in the receiving corps along with running back Danny Woodhead, and wide receivers Stevie Johnson and Malcom Floyd.
“We just have to step up even more,” Floyd said. “[Allen] really is a one of a kind receiver who can do everything. He plays at a high level, so we have to step up more.”
The 2-5 Chicago Bears travel to play the 2-6 San Diego Chargers in a Monday Night Football showdown between two teams struggling to get their seasons back on track. The Bears have dropped their last two games, while the Chargers have lost their last four.
As expected, the Bears have ruled running back Matt Forte (knee) out for the game, meaning rookie Jeremy Langford will receive his first start of his young career. Also ruled out is wide out Eddie Royal (knee). Neither Forte nor Royal practiced all week.
Rookie center Hroniss Grasu (neck) is listed as doubtful (75% chance he will not play), so we may see Vladimir Ducasse (LG), Matt Slauson (C) and Patrick Omameh (RG) starting across Chicago’s interior for a second straight week.
Outside linebacker Pernell McPhee returned to practice today after sitting out on Thursday and Friday with a sore knee. The Bears list him as questionable (50/50), but McPhee says he will play. Also questionable is inside backer Shea McClellin (knee), who is looking to play his first game since week 5.
There are a couple offensive players listed as questionable for the Bears, tackle Jermon Bushrod (shoulder) and back up tight end Zach Miller (shoulder).
Wide receiver Cameron Meredith (ankle) and inside linebacker LaRoy Reynolds (knee) are both probable (25% chance they will not play).
Bryce Callahan, who looked good in his debut at nickleback last week, was cleared by the concussion protocol and should start at slot corner for the Bears, although he is listed as questionable.
For the Chargers, earlier this week they put starting wide out Keenan Allen on injured reserve. Allen was a huge part of their offense and Charger QB Philip Rivers will miss his presence.
Prediction: Even without Allen, the Chargers have too much offense for Chicago. The Bears offense will likely find their way into the end zone without Forte, but their defense probably can’t keep them competitive on the road.
Predicted Score: San Diego over Chicago, 34-20