For lots of fans all over the Chicagoland area, their investment in the Bears paid off in last night’s 25-20 win.
For one person, though, the Bears, like, REALLY paid off:
Largest parlay payout this week at William Hill sports books. A bettor plunked down $10 on this 10-leg parlay, cashed $7,200 with Bears result last night. pic.twitter.com/oU5NxivXzc
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) November 19, 2018
First of all, a ticket with 10 moneyline bets is absurd. This person essentially flipped a coin on an entire day’s slate of NFL games and went 10-0.
Almost more impressive is that they nailed the Broncos and Cowboys road upsets. That alone is deserved of $7,200.
The moral of the story, as always, the Bears are money this year.
David Haugh, Patrick Finley and Kevin Fishbain join David Kaplan on the panel.
0:00- Dave Wannstedt joins the guys to dissect the Bears huge win over the Vikings. They discuss the defense’s dominating performance against Minnesota, grading Mitch Trubisky’s night and predict how far Matt Nagy’s team can go this season.
15:00- The guys react to the news of Denzel Valentine needing season-ending ankle reconstruction and discuss if it’s even worth it to let go of Fred Hoiberg during this season.
18:30- Patrick Kane turns 30 today. Can he play into his 40s?
Listen to the full episode at this link or in the embedded player below:
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Well this is interesting.
Earlier today, the Bears released their injury report:
#Bears Monday Injury Report:
DNP: LB Aaron Lynch (concussion); TE Adam Shaheen (concussion); QB Mitchell Trubisky (right shoulder)
*The Bears did not practice Monday; participation reports are estimates
— Chicago Bears (@BearsPR) November 20, 2018
It’s the first time this season that Trubisky has appeared on the report. The Bears didn’t practice today, but even if they had, Trubisky would have been held out.
It’s obviously concerning news, as the Bears have an 80-hour turnaround between divisional games.
Who knows if this is just gamesmanship on a short week, but your franchise QB injuring his throwing shoulder is never a good thing.
Linebacker Aaron Lynch (concussion) and tight end Adam Shaheen (concussion) also showed up on the report.