The Chicago Bears are in prime position to flex their muscles with the Detroit Lions coming to town for a Week 10 showdown.

The Bears, who have showed a remarkable amount of progress in their last three games, will have an opportunity to capitalize on a major Lions weakness.

Chicago’s offensive identity is centered around running the football. Whether that is through running backs David Montgomery and Khalil Herbert, or quarterback Justin fields, the Bears have established the NFL’s top rushing attack.

The Bears are averaging 198 rush yards per game, which is nearly 30 yards clear of the next closest team in the Baltimore Ravens.

The Lions enter Sunday’s matchup with the 31st ranked run defense in the league. Detroit is allowing opponents to rush for 148.8 yards per game. Only the Houston Texans are worse, giving up an incredibly disappointing 180 rush yards on average.

Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy has had success leaning on the ground game lately, especially when it comes to Fields.

It’s exciting to watch this offense continue to trend in the right direction, but Sunday presents a fantastic opportunity to win a game against an NFC North foe.

After notching a couple of rebuild wins the last two weeks, Bears fans would love to see the team walk off Soldier Field with a legitimate victory on Sunday.

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