Two of the NFC’s more disappointing teams meet this Sunday night in Los Angeles. The Bears won the NFC North last year and the Rams made it to the Super Bowl, neither of which seem likely to repeat at the moment. While the Bears’ defense is performing well by only allowing 17.4 points per game, the offense is scoring a weak 18.0 points per game. Mitchell Trubisky snapped out of his season-long funk by throwing three touchdown passes to beat Detroit last week (which snapped a four-game losing streak), but he only has eight TD tosses on the season, and he’s averaging less than 200 yards per game through the air. Jared Goff’s troubles are also continuing, as he’s thrown 11 touchdowns but nine interceptions. Todd Gurley only has 428 yards rushing this season. But despite the offensive woes, the Rams are still averaging a touchdown more per game than the Bears. While LA’s offense was much more potent last season, the Bears figured them out in a prime-time game last year, winning 15-6. In fact, the Bears are 6-1 against the spread in their last seven night games.