As we prepare for the Chicago Bears to release the 2020 schedule, we can look ahead and find the three most winnable games.
We touched base on the rumors that the NFL is planning for all out of conference games to start the season. This means the first four games of the year will be AFC versus NFC games. The hope is that these games do not need to be canceled, but it is possible the COVID-19 pandemic pushes the NFL season back. Eliminating cross-conference games makes more sense than just four random games of the season.
Despite not knowing in what order the season will be laid out, we do know which teams the Chicago Bears will face this year. This also means that we can attempt to predict which games will be wins or losses. Obviously drastic changes could happen that would change the narrative, but we cannot plan for injuries or even retirements like Andrew Luck pulled out of thin air at the last minute. These things happen to all teams.
Not knowing who the starting 2020 quarterback will be is a strange part of the situation too. Since Matt Nagy has become the coach in 2018, the Bears have an NFC North record of 8-3. Three losses were all to the Green Bay Packers. The Chicago Bears have a combined 20-12 record under Nagy also. The team has an NFC North title from 2018 and a third-place finish of 8-8 in 2019. How will the team fare in 2020 will be interesting as many changes have been made in key spots.