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HOF Notes - Bears vs. Ravens

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Chicago Bears

Head Coach: Matt Nagy

Quarterback Rotation: Mitchell Trubisky, Chase Daniel, Tyler Bray

The Matt Nagy era begins in the Windy City following a 5-11 finish in 2017. Trubisky is poised for a strong sophomore season after starting the final 12 games at quarterback in 2017 and leading the Bears to a 4-8 record.

Chicago has been an average preseason team over the years by compiling a 3-5 SU and 4-4 ATS record the last two seasons, while dropping each of its past two preseason openers.

For updated injury reports on the Bears for this contest, we suggest following Patrick Finley and Dan Wiederer via Twitter.

Baltimore Ravens

Head Coach: John Harbaugh

Quarterback Rotation: Joe Flacco, Lamar Jackson (Rookie - Louisville), Robert Griffin III, Josh Woodrum

The Ravens enter the preseason with questions at the quarterback position between the incumbent Flacco and first-round pick Jackson. Baltimore has been a great team to back in the preseason under Harbaugh by winning all eight exhibition games since 2016, while posting a perfect 8-0 ATS mark.

Baltimore has stepped up defensively in the preseason by limiting each of its last eight opponents to 19 points or fewer, while winning three exhibition games last season by double-digits.

For updated injury reports on the Ravens, we suggest following Jeff Zrebiec and Jamison Hensley via Twitter.

Preseason Coaching Stats

Matt Nagy, Chicago – First preseason game
John Harbaugh, Baltimore – 28-12 SU, 27-13 ATS, 18-18 O/U

Preseason Results - Last Two Years

Chicago

2017 (2-2 SU, 2-2 ATS, 2-2 O/U)

Chicago (-1, 36.5) 17 vs. Denver 24
Chicago (+1, 40.5) 24 at Arizona 23
Chicago (+3, 43.5) 19 at Tennessee 7
Chicago (-4.5, 35.5) 0 vs. Cleveland 25

2016 (1-3 SU, 2-2 ATS, 1-3 O/U)

Chicago (PK, 35.5) 0 at Denver 22
Chicago (+3, 41) 22 at New England 23
Chicago (+2.5, 41) 7 vs. Kansas City 23
Chicago (+5.5, 37) 21 at Cleveland 7

Baltimore

2017 (4-0 SU, 4-0 ATS, 1-3 O/U)

Baltimore (+2, 36) 23 vs. Washington 3
Baltimore (+2.5, 37.5) 31 at Miami 7
Baltimore (-3.5, 39) 34 vs. Buffalo 9
Baltimore (+3, 37.5) 14 at New Orleans 13

2016 (4-0 SU, 4-0 ATS, 1-3 O/U)

Baltimore (+1, 36.5) 22 vs. Carolina 19
Baltimore (+3, 39) 19 at Indianapolis 18
Baltimore (-2.5, 42) 30 vs. Detroit 9
Baltimore (+4.5, 38) 23 at New Orleans 14

Hall of Fame Game History & Trends

Recent Trends:

-- Baltimore is making its first-ever appearance in the HOF game.

-- Chicago owns a perfect 4-0 record in the HOF game with its last appearance coming in 2005 with a 27-24 victory over Miami.

-- The NFC has won the last five HOF games when facing a team from the AFC.

-- The 'over' cashed in last year's HOF contest between the Cardinals and Cowboys in spite of one touchdown scored between the teams in the final three quarters.

-- Three of the last four HOF games have been decided by four points or less.

Hall of Fame Game History (1962-2017)
Year Result
2017 Dallas 20 Arizona 18
2016 PPD
2015 Minnesota 14 Pittsburgh 3
2014 N.Y. Giants 17 Buffalo 13
2013 Dallas 24 Miami 20
2012 New Orleans 17 Arizona 10
2011 PPD
2010 Dallas 16 Cincinnati 7
2009 Tennessee 21 Buffalo 18
2008 Washington 30 Indianapolis 16
2007 Pittsburgh 20 New Orleans 7
2006 Oakland 16 Philadelphia 10
2005 Chicago 27 Miami 24
2004 Washington 20 Denver 17
2003 Kansas City 9 Green Bay 0
2002 N.Y. Giants 34 Houston 17
2001 St. Louis 17 Miami 10
2000 New England 20 San Francisco 0
1999 Cleveland 20 Dallas 17
1998 Tampa Bay 30 Pittsburgh 6
1997 Minnesota 28 Seattle 26
1996 Indianapolis 10 New Orleans 3
1995 Carolina 20 Jacksonville 14
1994 Atlanta 21 San Diego 17
1993 L.A. Raiders 19 Green Bay 3
1992 N.Y. Jets 41 Philadelphia 14
1991 Detroit 14 Denver 3
1990 Chicago 13 Cleveland 0
1989 Washington 31 Buffalo 6
1988 Cincinnati 14 L.A. Rams 7
1987 San Francisco 20 Kansas City 7
1986 New England 21 St. Louis 16
1985 N.Y. Giants 21 Houston 20
1984 Seattle 38 Tampa Bay 0
1983 Pittsburgh 27 New Orleans 14
1982 Minnesota 30 Baltimore 14
1981 Cleveland 24 Atlanta 10
1980 San Diego 0 Green Bay 0
1979 Oakland 20 Dallas 13
1978 Philadelphia 17 Miami 3
1977 Chicago 20 N.Y. Jets 6
1976 Denver 10 Detroit 7
1975 Washington 17 Cincinnati 9
1974 St. Louis 21 Buffalo 13
1973 San Francisco 20 New England 7
1972 Kansas City 23 N.Y. Giants 17
1971 L.A. Rams 17 Houston 6
1970 New Orleans 14 Minnesota 13
1969 Green Bay 38 Atlanta 24
1968 Chicago 30 Dallas 24
1967 Philadelphia 28 Cleveland 13
1965 Washington 20 Detroit 3
1964 Baltimore 48 Pittsburgh 17
1963 Pittsburgh 16 Cleveland 7
1962 St. Louis 17 N.Y. Giants 17
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