Who has the advantage in Week 11?

The Baltimore Ravens and Chicago Bears will face of in Week 11. Both teams will be looking to pick up a win for different reasons, as Baltimore is trying to stay atop the AFC North while Chicago is looking to get back on track and stack some victories.

There are areas in this contest where an advantage or disadvantage could decide the outcome. Both the Ravens and the Bears have talent on both sides of the football, but picking up a win on Sunday involves many things, including how well they can execute on Sunday.

Below we take a look at multiple key areas for both teams with Alyssa Barbieri of The Bears Wire and determine which team has the advantage in each.

QB play

Ravens Wire: Lamar Jackson was expected to take a huge leap in his fourth NFL season, and he’s done just that. He looks more calm and collected in the pocket, and his confidence continues to shine through when he’s given time to throw. He is also working with the best group of pass catchers that he’s ever had, which does nothing but help a young quarterback like Jackson. He isn’t a perfect player, but the signal caller has shown time and time again that he can throw at an extremely high rate, and can lead comeback victories with his arm. His season has been impressive so far, and he could even be placed in the MVP conversation at this point.

Bears Wire: Despite a rough start to his rookie season, Justin Fields looks to have all the makings of a star quarterback in the NFL. Fields is coming off the best game of his young career against a good Steelers defense, where he came up clutch in a big moment on a prime-time stage. Fields’ confidence continues to build with each passing week, and you’re starting to see the same from his teammates and coaches. Fields has shown his ability to best defenses with some beautiful deep-ball accuracy or with his legs, and it’s something that puts defenses on notice. With the Bears’ playoff hopes all but dashed, the rest of the season is about Fields’…


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