We’ve made our 2020 record prediction for the Chicago Bears, made our picks for favorite game on the schedule, and also our least favorite game on the schedule, but today’s WCG round table topic is all about the game we’re most confident in.
My “take it to the bank” lock for a Bears win is...
“Week 7 at Rams. No way the Bears have a repeat faceplant against these overrated sheep with a waning roster and sub-biscuit quarterback. ” ~ Patti Curl
“Tough call here, but after careful examination, I’m going with a tie with the Lions, Giants, Falcons, Colts, Bucs, Panthers, Rams, Saints, Titans, Vikings, Packers, Texans, and Jaguars.” ~ Bill Zimmerman
“Week two vs. Giants. Home opener, team still getting its feet under them under a new coach, I like the Bears’ chances there.” ~ Sam Householder
“Bears vs. Giants, September 20. The Giants improved a little bit this offseason - Andrew Thomas, James Bradberry, and Blake Martinez were among some solid additions - but I don’t see them as a legitimate threat at this moment. I’m not sold on their passing attack, and their defense isn’t good enough to the point that it can mask some of those deficiencies. I expect Chicago to come away with the win in their home opener.” ~ Jacob Infante
“Week two against the Giants in the home opener. It’ll either be a 1-0 Bears team riding high and feeling confident, or a pissed off 0-1 team looking to get in the win column.” ~ Lester A. Wiltfong Jr.
“Super Bowl LV.” ~ Ken Mitchell
“Week 17 vs. Green Bay. I don’t like their week 12 arrangement, but Week 17 is looking much better for me. It’ll likely be the game that determines the Bears’ shot at the playoffs. I see them taking their opportunity to prove a point and lock up their post season appearance by beating the Packers at Soldier Field.” ~ Eric Christopher Duerrwaechter
“The Panthers are going to have a bottom-five pick. Truly, one of the worst, doddering teams in the NFL. Unwatchable, unworthy of attention. If there was a moment for a complete team win where all three phases contribute evenly, it’ll be then.” ~ Robert Zeglinski
“Bears @ Panthers, Oct. 18th. Matt Rhule has followed the same three-year plan in all of his last 2 coaching stops — he loses a LOT in year 1, competes hard in year 2, and profits in year 3. With that in mind, I expect the Bears to capitalize when they visit Carolina — if they don’t, this Bears’ team won’t have been who I thought they’d be.” ~ Robert Schmitz
“Lions at Bears Week 13. If other games before this go right, the Bears come into this game confident and it’s not even a contest. If other games before this go wrong, then this would be a win sandwiched in between a bunch of losses, a sandwich we end up referring to as a 2-6 stretch.” ~ Jack Salo
“We’re sounding like a broken record, but for a third time in a row we’re going with the last one that will take place on February 7, 2021. And speaking of records, did you know that the Super Bowl Shuffle was a certified Gold Record with over 500,000 copies sold?” ~ Superfans
Now it’s your turn, which game on the Bears 2020 schedule is an easy win?