The Chicago Bears were a disappointing team in 2019, but are they poised for a rebound during the 2020 NFL season?
Things can change fast in the NFL, and the Chicago Bears are living proof of that. After going 12-4 in 2018 the Bears slumped last season to an 8-8 record, finishing in third place in the ultra-competitive NFC North. Are the Bears poised for a big rebound in 2020? Let’s go game-by-game to predict the fate of the 2020 Bears.
The Bears blew out the Lions twice last season, but this matchup is considerably closer. A few big defensive stands make the difference as Chicago picks up another win over Detroit.
New York Giants
The Giants are still rebuilding and their offensive line is still shaky. That is a recipe for disaster against the Bears’ pass rush, who harass Daniel Jones all day in a 27-7 rout.
This is another game the Bears were expecting to win but it doesn’t go their way. Matt Ryan and Julio Jones have their way against Chicago’s secondary, connecting for a pair of touchdowns in the win.
This contest is a sneaky good matchup between two underrated teams but Chicago’s home-field advantage is the difference in the end. Indianapolis’ questionable secondary gets exposed by a few big plays out of the Bears’ passing game.