The NFL is back and with it have returned the emotions that dominate millions of fans around the world. Last Thursday the 2021-2022 season with the duel between Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Dallas Cowboys.
The champions opened the new season with a difficult victory over the Texan team. Throughout this Sunday, the rest of the calendar of the Week 1. Among the parties that stand out, is that of the Sunday night which will star the LA Rams and the Chicago Bears.
Place: SoFi Stadium
Date: September 12
Hour: 19:20 (Central Mexico Time)
The Rams will visit the Bears in the city of Chicago. Both teams will start the season with new quarterbacks: the Los Angeles team will now be led by Matthew stafford, who left the Detroit Lions team to join the Los Angeles franchise.
The 33-year-old quarteback is about to start his 13th season. Stafford finds a team that has more weapons on the attack and that will help him exploit his talents. During your stay in Detroit, Stafford accumulated a record of 74 wins, 90 from cakes and a draw.
This will be the opportunity for the one from the University of Georgia to show that he is one of the most reliable quarterbacks and that he can become one of the best in the NFL in his position. Notably, Stafford arrived instead of Jared goff, who now took place in Detroit.
On the Chicago team, Andy dalton left behind the Dallas Cowboys, with whom he was the first half of the previous season as a substitute for Dak prescott until the latter suffered a fractured left ankle. In addition to Dalton, Chicago has Justin fields, who is one of the rookies to watch this season.
Matt Nagy, Chicago’s Chief Coordinator announced that, despite fan requests to see Fields start, Dalton will be the starter to start the season. Nagy noted that the decision for Dalton is firm, despite the rookie’s preseason numbers.
Fields was the first selection in this year’s draft of the Bears and started the team’s first preseason game against the Miami Dolphins. In that meeting he accumulated 14 completions of 20 attempts, 142 passing yards and a touchdown pass.
For the second match of the preseason, Fields he threw nine completions of 19 attempts and threw for 80 total passing yards. In addition to getting 46 rushing yards on four carries, however, he had to come off a hard hit in a catch attempt.
A week later, Fields and company faced off against the Tennessee Titans he had little participation with 10 pass attempts of which he only completed seven, 54 passing yards and one pass to the end zone.
In the last five meetings the LA Rams They maintain a minimal hierarchy over the Bears: in November 2013, 2019 and October 2020, the Angelenos beat the Chicago team by the scores 42-21, 17-7 and 24-10.
The Bears’ victories came in November 2015 and December 2018, in which the scores ended 37-13 and 15-6.