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NFC North fans all confident in their team for the 2020 season

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Welcome to SB Nation Reacts — 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 SB Nation Reacts!

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For those of you that have enjoyed playing along with the NFL and Chicago Bears FanPulse these last few years, just know that nothing is changing except the name and fly new logo. We’re still providing a platform for intelligent and dialed in fans to vote on several Bears-centric topics.

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The latest set of Reacts poll questions was all about the 2020 season and as expected all of us NFC North fans are confident in our teams. It is the offseason after-all and this is the time for hope.

Us Bears fans were over 60% for them to have either 9 or 10 wins, and that falls close to what we had in a recent WCG poll.

Before moving on to the other NFC North Reacts polls, does the Bears info-graphic look like it’s flipping the bird to the rest of the division or is that just me that sees that?

The most confident NFC North fanbase belongs to the Minnesota Vikings, and after going 10-6 with a wildcard win, why wouldn’t they be? I thought they had a nice offseason and with over 75% of Reacts voters pegging them with between 9 and 13 wins, they’re expecting big things from Kirk Cousins and company.

Green Bay Packers’ fans are all in the middle of the poll with no one expecting them to be five or less wins awful, or 14 to 16 wins fantastic. I would love to see that 11% be right for them in 2020, but I think the defending NFC North champs will be pushing for another title.

Detroit Lions’ fans haven’t cheered on a NFC North division champion ever. The last time they won the division it was called the NFC Central and they were time-shared quarterbacked by ex-Bears’ great, Erik Kramer, and Holly Robinson Peete’s husband, Rodney.

The last three years have seen a different team win the NFC North, so I reckon it could be Detroit’s turn in 2020, but most of their fans don’t think so.

Who do you think will win the division in 2020?


Who will win the NFC North in 2020?

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    (259 votes)
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    (28 votes)
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    (17 votes)
374 votes total Vote Now