Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse — a survey of fans across the NFL. Throughout the offseason, we send 32 polls to plugged in fans from each team. Bears fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse.
First the good news.
In the latest FanPulse results from SB Nation, the confidence level of Chicago Bears’ fans is up from a week ago after their 16-14 win in Denver. It’s not up much, but we’re up 1% from last week’s low water mark of 56%.
And now the bad news.
But at only 57%, our FanPulse Bears’ confidence level is in the bottom half of the NFL with 16 fanbases more confident in the direction of their teams.
Here’s our infographic.
The Bears are in Washington on Monday night and an impressive win could get some more of our fans back clicking the “very confident” option.
But let’s check on the other NFC North teams.
The Green Bay Packers hung on to beat the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday, and their fans went from 68% to 76%.
That loss caused a big drop among Viking fans as they went form 86% to 45%.
And the Detroit Lions bounced back after their week one tie to beat the Chargers, and their fan confidence level went from 29% to 60%. Detroit fans continue to be the most reactionary of all the NFC North FanPulse voters. Every win causes a big jump in the percentage, and each loss causes a drastic drop.
What are your thoughts on the FanPulse results this time?