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Commanders vs. Bears Odds and Top Prop Bets & Parlays: NFL Week 6

Get all your Bears vs. Commanders odds and insights to kick off Week 6 on Thursday Night Football courtesy of our friends at FanDuel Sportsbook.

After narrow respective defeats last Sunday, the Washington Commanders and Chicago Bears meet in prime time with both storied franchises in dire need of a bounce-back week. Led by Justin Fields, the Bears sit two games back of Minnesota in the NFC North at 2-3, while Carson Wentz and the Commanders trail Dallas and New York by three games and the undefeated Philadelphia by four games in the NFC East at 1-4.

In what’s expected to be a low-scoring affair, which team will make the big plays and get back in the very early playoff hunt? Heading into Thursday’s Chitown showdown, let’s check out all the latest Commanders vs. Bears odds, as well as the best prop bets and ready-made parlays, courtesy of our friends at FanDuel Sportsbook.

Bears vs. Commanders Odds: NFL Week 6

All odds are via FanDuel Sportsbook as of Oct. 13 and are subject to change.

Betting Lines
  • Point Spread: Chicago Bears +1 (-110) / Washington Commanders -1 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Chicago Bears (-104 / Washington Commanders (-112)
  • Over/Under: OVER 37.5 (-115) / UNDER 37.5 (-105)

Washington Commanders vs. Chicago Bears Prop Bets

First TD Scorer
  • David Montgomery: +600
  • Brian Robinson: +900
  • Justin Fields: +1000
  • Terry McLaurin: +1000
  • Curtis Samuel: +1100
  • Darnell Mooney: +1200
  • Cole Kmet: +1700
  • John Bates: +1700
  • Khalil Herbert: +1800
  • Dyami Brown: +1800
  • Antonio Gibson: +1800
Anytime TD Scorer
  • David Montgomery: +130
  • Brian Robinson: +200
  • Justin Fields: +220
  • Terry McLaurin: +230
  • Curtis Samuel: +250
  • Darnell Mooney: +320
  • Khalil Herbert: +430
  • Cole Kmet: +440
  • John Bates: +450
  • Antonio Gibson: +480
  • Dyami Brown: +490
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To Score 2+ TDs
  • David Montgomery: +850
  • Brian Robinson: +1600
  • Justin Fields: +1700
  • Terry McLaurin: +1800
  • Curtis Samuel: +1900
  • Darnell Mooney: +2700
  • Khalil Herbert: +4400
  • Antonio Gibson: +4600
  • Cole Kmet: +4800
  • Dyami Brown: +5000
  • John Bates: +5000

Top Commanders-Bears Over/Unders

  • Justin Fields passing yards: 170.5
  • Justin Fields passing TDs: Over 0.5 (-196), Under 0.5 (+152)
  • Justin Fields pass completions: Over 14.5 (-102), Under 13.5 (-130)
  • Carson Wentz passing yards: 220.5
  • Carson Wentz passing TDs: Over 1.5 (+172), Under 1.5 (-225)
  • Carson Wentz pass completions: 20.5
  • David Montgomery rushing yards: 60.5
  • Brian Robinson rushing yards: 48.5
  • Justin Fields rushing yards: 40.5
  • Khalil Herbert rushing yards: 26.5
  • Terry McLaurin receiving yards: 54.5
  • Curtis Samuel receiving yards: 48.5
  • Darnell Mooney receiving yards: 46.5
  • Cole Kmet receiving yards: 29.5
  • J.D. McKissic receiving yards: 21.5
  • Equanimeous St. Brown receiving yards: 18.5
  • David Montgomery receiving yards: 15.5

Top Commanders-Bears Game Props

  • Washington +0.5 AND UNDER 38.5: +240
  • Chicago -0.5 AND UNDER 38.5: +260
  • Chicago -0.5 AND OVER 38.5: +290
  • Washington +0.5 AND OVER 38.5: +260

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About The Author
Shlomo Sprung
Shlomo Sprung
Shlomo Sprung is a Senior Staff Writer at Boardroom. He has more than a decade of experience in journalism, with past work appearing in Forbes, MLB.com, Awful Announcing, and The Sporting News. He graduated from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 2011, and his Twitter and Spotify addictions are well under control. Just ask him.