Texans vs. Bears Week 3 Prediction and Odds - Sep 25, 2022

The Chicago Bears take on the Houston Texans in NFL Week 3 action at Soldier Field on Sunday, commencing at 1:00PM ET.

Dimers' free betting picks for Texans vs. Bears, as well as game predictions, betting odds and projected player stats, are detailed below.

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Who will win Texans vs. Bears?

Using trusted computer power and data, Dimers.com has simulated Sunday's Texans-Bears NFL matchup 10,000 times.

Dimers' leading predictive analytics model, DimersBOT, currently gives the Bears a 61% chance of winning against the Texans in Week 3 of the NFL season.

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Texans vs. Bears Odds

  • Spread: Bears -3.5 (-105), Texans +3.5 (-115)
  • Moneyline: Bears -160, Texans +155
  • Total: Over/Under 39.5 (-107/-106)

Point Spread, Moneyline and Over/Under

The Bears are currently -3.5 favorites versus the Texans, with -105 at DraftKings Sportsbook the best odds currently available.

For the underdog Texans (+3.5) to cover the spread, DraftKings Sportsbook also has the best odds currently on offer at -115.

BetMGM currently has the best moneyline odds for the Bears at -160, which means you can risk $160 to win $100, for a total payout of $260, if they get the W.

Elsewhere, DraftKings Sportsbook currently has the best moneyline odds for the Texans at +155, where you can bet $100 to profit $155, earning a total payout of $255, if they win.

The Over/Under is set at 39.5 with PointsBet, which currently has the best odds for the Over at -107, while FanDuel Sportsbook currently has the best odds for the Under at -106.

As always, make sure you check the sportsbooks you can bet with in your state for the best NFL odds and lines.

According to DimersBOT, the Texans (+3.5) are a 56% chance of covering the spread, while the 39.5-point Over/Under is considered an equal 50-50 chance of hitting.

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Texans vs. Bears Prediction

Dimers.com's predicted final score for Houston vs. Chicago at Soldier Field in Week 3 has the Bears winning 21-18.

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Dimers has full coverage of this week's Texans-Bears matchup in Week 3, including pregame predictions, computer picks, and live scores.

Texans vs. Bears Player Props

Who will score the first touchdown in Texans vs. Bears? The latest data is in.

Featured below are the most likely first touchdown and most likely anytime touchdown scorers for both the Texans and Bears, as well as player stat projections.

And you know what, we provide this information to you for FREE to help you choose the best prop picks for Sunday's game.

According to DimersBOT, Chicago's David Montgomery is most likely to score the first touchdown in Texans vs. Bears.

DimersBOT gives Montgomery a 14.1% chance of scoring the first TD at Soldier Field, while the Bears RB is a 49.7% chance of scoring an anytime touchdown.

Scroll down for our full list of first and anytime TD scorer probabilities.

 

First Touchdown Scorer Probabilities

Houston Texans

  • Dameon Pierce: 9.8% probability
  • Nico Collins: 7.0% probability
  • Brandin Cooks: 6.7% probability
  • O.J. Howard: 6.6% probability
  • Rex Burkhead: 4.9% probability

Chicago Bears

  • David Montgomery: 14.1% probability
  • Justin Fields: 10.6% probability
  • Khalil Herbert: 6.7% probability
  • Darnell Mooney: 6.2% probability
  • Cole Kmet: 6.0% probability

Anytime Touchdown Scorer Probabilities

Houston Texans

  • Dameon Pierce: 36.3% probability
  • Nico Collins: 29.1% probability
  • Brandin Cooks: 28.2% probability
  • O.J. Howard: 27.4% probability
  • Rex Burkhead: 19.1% probability

Chicago Bears

  • David Montgomery: 49.7% probability
  • Justin Fields: 39.9% probability
  • Khalil Herbert: 26.5% probability
  • Darnell Mooney: 25.8% probability
  • Cole Kmet: 24.2% probability

Texans-Bears Projected Player Stats

Of the starting quarterbacks, the Texans' Davis Mills is projected for 256 passing yards, while the Bears' Justin Fields is expected to throw for 212 yards.

Texans Starting QB

  • Davis Mills: 256 projected yards

Bears Starting QB

  • Justin Fields: 212 projected yards

Texans Rushing

  • Dameon Pierce: 55 projected yards
  • Rex Burkhead: 26 projected yards
  • Davis Mills: 7 projected yards

Bears Rushing

  • David Montgomery: 67 projected yards
  • Khalil Herbert: 42 projected yards
  • Justin Fields: 40 projected yards

Texans Receiving

  • Brandin Cooks: 58 projected yards
  • Nico Collins: 52 projected yards
  • O.J. Howard: 32 projected yards
  • Rex Burkhead: 21 projected yards
  • Chris Moore: 20 projected yards

Bears Receiving

  • Darnell Mooney: 49 projected yards
  • Cole Kmet: 33 projected yards
  • Equanimeous St. Brown: 29 projected yards
  • David Montgomery: 24 projected yards
  • Byron Pringle: 16 projected yards

Don't forget, DimersBOT updates frequently, so keep checking this article for the latest betting insights before Texans vs. Bears on Sunday September 25, 2022.

 

Texans vs. Bears 2022

The NFL Week 3 game between the Bears and Texans at Soldier Field is scheduled to commence at 1:00PM ET.

  • Who: Houston Texans vs. Chicago Bears
  • Date: Sunday September 25, 2022
  • Time: 1:00PM ET / 10:00AM PT
  • Venue: Soldier Field

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