Bears 22, Titans 10: The Bears throttled the elusive Chris Johnson the last time they faced him and the Titans are woeful as a one-dimensional offense. Haven't heard much about their defense? There is a reason why.
Matt Bowen (7-0)
Bears 21 Titans 13: Chris Johnson has big play capability whenever he touches the ball. That's why tackling is key for the Bears as their defense carries them
David Haugh (6-1)
Bears 24, Titans 23: A Tennessee waltz, it won't be. Titans and Matt Hasselbeck will give Bears all they can handle before Jay Cutler enhances his local legend with another fourth-quarter comeback.
Vaughn McClure (7-0)
Bears 27, Titans 17: The close shave against the Panthers last week should serve as a wake-up call. Containing speedy running back Chris Johnson will be key, and the defense has done it before. Will Devin Hester finally make an impact?
Dan McNeil (6-1)
Bears 32, Titans 5: I've picked the Bears to score in the 30s for two straight weeks so why stop now. The Titans are so dreadful the Bears defense won't need to score. Cutler won't wait until the fourth quarter this week.
Fred Mitchell (6-1)
Bears 34, Tennessee 24: This should be the week the Bears offense finds its groove and takes advantage of all its weapons. Of course, Brandon Marshall should shine. Key will be Jay Cutler protecting the ball.
Mike Mulligan (6-1)
Bears 21, Titans 18: Will the Bears offense, which has played like a lonesome country song, finally find some rhythm in the Music City? It's never easy to win on the road, but the defense should be better after a sluggish outing against the Panthers.
Dan Pompei (6-1)
Bears 33, Titans 24: This could/should be the game in which the Bears offense springs back to life, given the Titans' defensive struggles. This is not a game the Bears can afford to lose.
Steve Rosenbloom (6-1)
Bears 51, Titans 6: I sense the Bears will try to run the ball more against a bad defense. That will eat up the clock, so I'm expecting a rather low-scoring game.