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Poll of the Day: How confident are you in the 2020 Chicago Bears?

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The 10 days last October that shook the Bears faith in Mitch Trubisky Chris Sweda/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images

Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across NFL. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged in Bears fans, and fans across the country. Sign up here to join Reacts.

With the 2020 NFL season about to kick off, SB Nation sent out their first Reacts surveys of the year in regards to our level of confidence in our favorite teams. Chicago Bears’ fans saw their confidence drop since the NFL Draft.

We’re sitting at just 52% confident right now after an offseason high of 67% after the Bears grabbed Cole Kmet, Jaylon Johnson and their 2020 rookie class in the draft. I would imagine the uncertainty surrounding the quarterback position had something to do with the drop, as it took the Bears until last week to finally name their starter, Mitchell Trubisky.

A quick peek around the NFC North and it looks like Bears’ fans are the least confident in their team heading into the 2020 season. Last year’s NFL North champs, the Green Bay Packers, have a 69% confidence level.

Minnesota Vikings’ fans are the most confident in our division holding steady at 88%.

And Detroit Lions’ fans are feeling hopeful after an offseason of changes coming of that disastrous 3-12-1 2019 season.

These percentages seem to fluctuate based on wins and losses each week, but if you take a big picture look at the Bears right now, are you confident in the direction the franchise is headed?


Are you confident in the direction of the Chicago Bears?

This poll is closed

  • 46%
    (257 votes)
  • 53%
    (291 votes)
548 votes total Vote Now