Referee explains reversal of Bears tight end Zach Miller's touchdown vs. Saints

Rosalie Stanley
October 30, 2017

Zach Miller #86 of the Chicago Bears is helped off the field after sustaining an injury during the third quarter against the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on October 29, 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

This wasn't a dominant effort for New Orleans' defense, like the 20-0 shutout of Miami in London in Week 4 or the 52-38 victory over Detroit that included three defensive touchdowns. Defensively, the Bears are yielding 21.6 points and 301.3 total yards (196.4 in passing and 104.9 in rushing) per game. As of this writing, 64% of public bettors are backing the Saints to cover the double-digit spread. New Orleans improves to 5-2 on the season, and keeps the top spot in the NFC South.

Who the Trends Like: New Orleans. He had a busy weekend after attending the Saints' Hall of Fame event, the Pelicans and Cavaliers game, and then today's game against the Chicago Bears. Despite everything suggesting that this should be a roll in the park for the Saints, I like getting double-digit points with a Bears team that has been competitive almost every week.

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It's a tough break for a Bears team that finally seemed to be turning the corner on offense under rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky. Chicago has the same formula that Jacksonville and Buffalo has had this year: Run the ball and play good defense.

On the ground, Jordan Howard rushed for 65 yards in 21 carries. Although the Bears have said he could return, his hand is in a cast and he's on the sideline.

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