The New Orleans Saints will take on the Chicago Bears today, as they look to keep up their winning ways. Like every year since Drew Brees arrived in Nola, the offense hasn't been much of an issue this year. The Saints losses have been pinned almost exclusively on the defense and injuries.

However, last week the defense got a bonus, as they took on a Green Bay Packers team without star QB Aaron Rodgers. The Saints ended up leaving Wisconsin with a win.

This week, the defense will get another extra credit project, as the Chicago Bears come into the Superdome with a rookie QB under center. The Louisiana Radio Network has more on today's Saints game:

"The Saints will look to extend their longest winning streak since 2013 to five games on Sunday when they host the Chicago Bears, who have won two in a row. New Orleans will go up against rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky, who is two and one as a starter, but completed just four passes last week in a 17-3 win over Carolina."

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