Chicago Bears: November will Define Season

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11/26/15: at Green Bay Packers (6-0)

The Bears will help you cap off your Thanksgiving holiday by serving as the sacrificial turkey to the Packers in Green Bay on the night they retire Brett Favre’s #4.  The Bears have a short week and the road team always has a tough time on Thursday nights.  The Bears have been awful at Green Bay, last time dropping a 55-14 decision to Aaron Rodgers and the Packers.

The Bears hung tough with the Packers in Week 1, but it wasn’t enough.  Could Vic Fangio and his improving defense scheme something to limit Rodgers and give Cutler and the offense a chance?

You know you’d rather be sleeing off your turkey hangover or starting your Black Friday shopping but you’ll be suffereing through this game like the rest of us.

So you’ve seen the Bears schedule for the month of November.  A pair of divisional game bookending a couple of AFC West foes and a rising Rams team.  How many games will the Bears win in November?  Two?  One?  None?  An argument could be made to winning four of the five games, but just as compelling an argument could be made that they’ll go 0-5 before the clock flips to December.

The Bears will have winnable games against the Niners, Redskins and Lions December but if they can’t put up at least 2-3 wins in November, it won’t matter.

Post your predictions for the Bears record in November.