Once a division rivalry, the Bears and Bucs meet in Chicago Sunday with identical 2-1 records and looking to get themselves into the conversation as one of the NFL's better teams. The Bears are coming off two straight wins, ugly as they may be, while Tampa Bay is looking to regain some of the Fitzmagic it might have lost in their 30-27 loss on Monday Night Football to the Steelers.
Whether its Ryan Fitzpatrick or Jameis Winston under center for Tampa, the Bucs love to take big shots downfield to their playmaking wide receivers Mike Evans, Desean Jackson and tight end O.J. Howard.
The Bucs have actually covered six straight games coming into this one and Dirk Koetter is 10-8 as a road dog as Tampa's head coach. The big question is, do you trust Fitzpatrick to keep his 8-1 TD to INT ratio he had in games one and two?