NFL Playoffs 2021: Is this Drew Brees last run for the Super Bowl? Saints, Bears preview

NEW ORLEANS, LA –  In the first round of the NFC playoffs, the New Orleans Saints will host the Chicago Bears at the Superdome in what could be Drew Brees’ last year in the NFL.

“New Orleans offense has been clicking on all cylinders the last two weeks outscoring their last two opponents 85-40,” said Joe Wiz, one of the nation’s top sports betting analysts.  “Rumors are this can be Brees’ last season and this team has a legitimate shot to make to the Super Bowl.”

Head Coach Sean Payton’s team was unbeaten in the division for the first time ever in 2020.

Chicago Bears started out the season 5-1 then lost six straight then won three in a row before losing to Green Bay last week 35-15 but a .500 record was enough to get a post-season bid. QB Trubisky has put up 3 or more points in four of his last five starts but that Defense has struggled most of the season.

These two teams met on November 1st at Soldier Field where the Saints prevailed 26-23. Not interested in laying double digits with the Saints who have a history of choking in the postseason and since 1988 are 6-14-1 ATS in the playoffs. This one could be a high scoring affair.


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