With four straight losses the Chicago Bears are trending towards missing the playoffs for the 9th time in the last ten years. At 5-5 they’re still being mentioned in those hopeful “In the hunt” postseason graphics, but with the 7-3, NFC North leading Green Packers up next on Sunday Night Football, a team that is 17-3 against the Bears in their last twenty games, things aren’t looking too good for Chicago.
With a wildcard spot unlikely, many fans are already turning towards the upcoming NFL Draft to see what prospects the Bears could nab in the first round, but with the Bears currently slotted in the 16th spot it doesn’t seem like a top flight QB is in the cards.
We asked our followers on Twitter what they thought the best case scenario was for the Bears on Sunday night against the Green Bay Packers and here are some of their responses.
To lose https://t.co/z5yTAoDjkH— MVPITO (@FlowsAndolini) November 25, 2020
No injuries— Squints 402 (@ChodaBoi32) November 25, 2020
Earthquake https://t.co/HWULpeMibr— gregmac (@gregmac06249527) November 25, 2020
Is to score just one offensive touchdown. Baby steps.— MAR (@BoostizLife) November 25, 2020
Ryan Pace and Matt Magy get canned after the game https://t.co/k9PJDJ6CMC— Edward (@OmegaJolteon) November 25, 2020
Beat their asses, Trubisky learned how to read a difference, looks off Amos tand hits Cole Kmet on a sea, route to go up 14 late int 4th qtr— Michael Kehoe (@mkehoe703) November 25, 2020
Beat the breaks off of them. BUT let Aaron Rodgers snap because I got him on my fantasy football team https://t.co/yOBn4BZSeC— Legends Never Die (@RobertSallee) November 25, 2020
Ya never hope for injuries but uh well...maybe just a ankle sprain,shoulder strain or Grade 3 Concussion to #12— Bloodline (@Bloodli98460013) November 25, 2020
Aaron Rodgers gets a splinter on his throwing pinky.— AustinG (@AustinG183) November 25, 2020
a tie— Uriel (@unavarta_) November 25, 2020
A competitive game (just basically not a blow out)— Charlie Bloom (@bloomc93) November 25, 2020
Avoiding a complete blowout loss in prime time.— Kevin Taylor (@kevitay) November 25, 2020
We blow them out and Mitch throws 350+ yards, 6 TDs no picks finally solving our QB problem— Cocaine-19 (@_CheckThaMethod) November 25, 2020
Lose by less then 10 in a shootout, which means either the QB running game got going and will build momentum. Worst case obviously a blowout in which the offense looks lost once again, that would be awful coming out of a bye— Arthur Caron (@ArthurCaron1987) November 25, 2020
Now it’s your turn to fill in the blank...
The best case scenario for the Bears on Sunday night against the Packers is _______.