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49ers at Bears, Week 1 predictions: Fans overwhelmingly confident Niners start season 1-0

Sep 10, 2022 at 4:03 PM--


The Chicago Bears are set to host the San Francisco 49ers at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois, on Sunday, September 11 at 10:00 a.m. PT. Each week, the 49ers Webzone staff predicts the winner within its annual NFL Pick 'em contest. That includes writers and forum moderators.

This week, all 10 participating staff members selected the 49ers to beat the Bears. San Francisco is currently a 6.5-point favorite.

As for all the fans who are taking part in our NFL Pick 'em contest, an overwhelming 99 percent have the 49ers winning the game, as of this post. The matchup is tied for the most lopsided result coming in Week 1. The same percentage of fans voted that the Denver Broncos would upsend the Seattle Seahawks.

When it comes to the predictions, the closest matchup is between the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, with 60 percent selecting the Packers to win the game.

Below is a breakdown of all 16 matchups for the upcoming slate of NFL games.

Picks Away Home Picks
84%
Saints
Falcons
16%
99%
49ers
Bears
1%
3%
Steelers
Bengals
97%
86%
Eagles
Lions
14%
22%
Patriots
Dolphins
78%
98%
Ravens
Jets
2%
37%
Jaguars
Commanders
63%
26%
Browns
Panthers
74%
94%
Colts
Texans
6%
2%
Giants
Titans
98%
60%
Packers
Vikings
40%
93%
Chiefs
Cardinals
7%
15%
Raiders
Chargers
85%
75%
Buccaneers
Cowboys
25%
99%
Broncos
Seahawks
1%



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