Green Bay at Chicago November 12
The Bears will take on their most hated rival, the Green Bay Packers, for the second time this season but in their own house. The Packers are in a bit of a dilemma as their starting quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, is lost with an injury and will not be available for this game. This increases the Bears chances of winning a lot.
But the Bears could still lose. Much of what happens in this one depends on how prepared their new starting quarterback Brett Hundley is. He had a bye
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week to get acclimated to the offense and will get one game in before he meets the Bears. This will also be Hundley’s first start on the road. Can the Bears beat the Rodgers-less Packers and get their fourth win of the year?
The answer to that question is yes. This Bears, barring any huge mistakes or breakdowns on defense, can and will win this game. They need to stop the Packer’s rushing attack which is what will likely be the primary offensive weapon Green Bay will deploy. The Bears must shut that down and force Hundley to beat them. If they can do that and not allow Green Bay’s receivers to catch the ball and gain a lot of yards after the catch, they will be safe.
On offense, they must limit the mistakes that they have been making with turnovers. If they can do that then they will have a shot at winning this game.