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Where’s your confidence level at now in these Chicago Bears?

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Two wins in a row has a bunch of Chicago Bears’ fans changing their tune when it comes to their confidence in the team. We up to 39% after being at a 2020 low of just 3% after the Bears lost to the Lions.

Back when the team was 3-0, our confidence level was a season high 83%, but that dipped the next week with the loss to the Colts. However it steadily climbed back up to 76% after the Bears knocked off the Buccaneers to go to 5-1.

And then the losses started to happen.

Six defeats in a row behind a discombobulated and injured offensive line, and even the stellar defense seemed to be running out of gas.

But then things changed as the new play caller settled in and they re-worked the scheme to make things easier on quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, while the new quintet up front started to play together and open holes for running back David Montgomery.

The defense has had some lapses of late, but the talent is there for these guys to turn things around.

If the Bears make the playoffs that will likely mean that these guys will have won four straight, and if that’s the case, how confident will the players be heading into the postseason?

Could the Bears go on a historic run and shock the world?