Nov 10, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall (15) walks onto the field before the game against the Detroit Lions Soldier Field. Detroit defeats Chicago 21-19. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Ravens at Bears odds, prediction and preview

The Baltimore Ravens and the Chicago Bears are squaring off on Sunday afternoon. There are question marks around this game, like will Jay Cutler be good to go? Can the Ravens get their ground game figured out?

“We need to get better with our run game,” head coach John Harbaugh said. “We gained a few more yards (against the Bengals), but that to me is negligible because we’re not as a successful as we want to be. Not even close.”

Josh McCown could be under center for the Bears on Sunday.

“We know what Josh can do,” center Roberto Garza said. “Obviously, (at Green Bay) was a testament to what his preparation is, and we just got another sample of Josh’s ability to lead this team and step in to situations like that.”

The Ravens are also coming off an emotional overtime win. The game went to overtime when Bengals receiver A.J. Green caught a Hail Mary touchdown pass as time expired.

“(Last Sunday’s win) can start something,” Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb said. “But we can’t let this get over our heads, thinking we’re something that we’re not. We’ve just got to get back to that film and keep getting better, and better, and better.”

Date: November 17
Start Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Location: Chicago, IL
Stadium: Soldier Field
TV Info: CBS
Line: CHI -3


RAVENS:       17

BEARS:          24


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