Chicago Bears: Why every Rams win is deceiving by comparison

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Week 2 over Philadelphia Eagles

Speaking of teams with a messy situation at quarterback, the Philadelphia Eagles have an interesting and growing conundrum with Carson Wentz. While Philadelphia made it close in a 2-point loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6, Wentz is still a bottom feeder amongst all quarterbacks.

Week 6, Wentz didn’t even throw a pick and he is still second in the NFL with nine interceptions. He also carries the fifth-worst QBR in all of football at just 51.0. This season, Wentz has looked as bad as he’s ever been throughout his career. Some fans have even wondered when it would be appropriate for the Eagles to try their luck with rookie Jalen Hurts.

In Week 2 against the Rams, Wentz tossed two picks while failing to throw a single touchdown. That was one of his three games with multiple interceptions this year, making things a whole lot easier on the Rams. Wentz also completed just 60 percent of his passes for an average of 5.6 yards per pass.

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Los Angeles took the win easily, by a score of 37-19.

A defense like Philadelphia, giving up over 29 points per game, is nothing compared to the freight train the Rams will run into with the Bears. Heck, even Nick Foles is less turnover-prone than Wentz, which should lead to fewer takeaways for Los Angeles in this one.