Chicago Bears Schedule: Three most winnable games of the 2020 season

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New York Giants

The Chicago Bears have had struggles against the Giants despite being the better team. In 2018, the Bears went 12-4 despite losing to the Giants in overtime. Saquon Barkley was a key factor in the loss for the Bears, but it seemed like Matt Nagy took his foot off the gas in this one. This was the second overtime loss that the team should have won in 2018 as they lost in a similar fashion to the Dolphins earlier in the year.

In 2019, the Chicago Bears came back and beat the Giants in another close matchup. The Giants added an offensive lineman to their roster in the first round of the NFL Draft. Andrew Thomas should help solidify a line that has struggled in years past. Thomas should also help an already lethal running attack with Barkley.

The wide receivers are not the best though. They have Sterling Shepard and Golden Tate. Tate is coming towards the end of his career and Shepard can never seem to stay healthy. Evan Engram is deadly but also can never seem to stay on the field. Not to mention, do you think Daniel Jones is a legit franchise quarterback? I do not.

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On defense, the team franchise tagged defensive lineman Leonard Williams and brought in James Bradberry to play cornerback. I wanted Bradberry in Chicago, but prefer the draft pick of Jaylon Johnson in the second round. The Giants have not done enough to improve in my opinion and this should once again be an easy win for the Bears. This game could be a trap game though depending on where it falls on the schedule. We will find out later this evening.