3 Changes the Chicago Bears must make during the bye week

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The Chicago Bears do not have much to play for these days. Obviously, some players are playing for their jobs — whether with the Bears or any of the other 31 teams. This doesn’t mean the team is going to lie down and just give up. There is too much pride involved. Plus, this team needs to learn how to win — especially in close games that come down to the wire. Reps for Justin Fields and other players who will be here in 2023 are also important.

There are changes the Chicago Bears should put into effect during the bye week

This team is frustrating to watch. As a fan, I refuse to cheer for my team to lose — even if it is what is best for the future. If the Chicago Bears lose out the rest of the 2022 season, then they are guaranteed a top-three pick. If they win one game, they are still going to be in the top seven.

After their bye week this week, the Bears have four games left. The final four teams have a combined win-loss record of 35-13. One of the four teams, the Detroit Lions, accounts for seven of those losses and only five wins. Meaning, that three of the four teams’ win-loss record is 30-6. The chances of the Chicago Bears winning two of the final four games is slim. Fans should be prepared for the team to be drafting no worse than seventh. The Rams winning yesterday helps!

Here are three changes we need to see in Week 15 once the Chicago Bears come out of the bye week.