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Officially later tonight but there have been leaks. I'll update as I see them.

1. @ Lions

2. Giants

3. @ Falcons

4. Colts

5. Bucs (Thursday Night Football)

6. @ Panthers

7. @ Rams (Monday Night Football)

8. Saints

9. @ Titans

10. Vikings (Monday Night Football)

11.  BYE

12. @ Packers (Sunday Night Football)

13. Lions

14. Texans

15. @ Vikings

16. @ Jaguars

17. Packers

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Damn. Could be a brutal f'ing schedule. 

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49 minutes ago, Heinz D. said:

Damn. Could be a brutal f'ing schedule. 

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I actually think it's not so bad...I reckon we could start out 4-0...Rams, Saints, Titans, Vikings is a tough run before the bye...I think if we can stay healthy we have a shot at the playoffs with that schedule.

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At least it looks like most of our tougher opponents are at home.

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3 hours ago, beardown3231 said:

Officially later tonight but there have been leaks. I'll update as I see them.

1. @ Lions W

2. Giants  W

3. @ Falcons  L

4. Colts  W

5. Bucs (Thursday Night Football)  L

6. @ Panthers  W

7. @ Rams (Monday Night Football)  W

8. Saints L

9. @ Titans  L

10. Vikings (Monday Night Football)  L

11.  BYE

12. @ Packers (Sunday Night Football) L

13. Lions W

14. Texans W

15. @ Vikings W

16. @ Jaguars W

17. Packers W

 

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21 minutes ago, Tyty said:

 

You think they'll lose at home to Minnesota in primetime (when Cousins usually ****s the bed) but beat them in Minnesota at noon?

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12 minutes ago, beardown3231 said:

You think they'll lose at home to Minnesota in primetime (when Cousins usually ****s the bed) but beat them in Minnesota at noon?

The Bears always seem to lose against teams I don’t expect them to

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At least we aren’t rolling out the season with an L to GB

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I think it will be big if they can start with a win or two.  Losing the first game after an offseason of preparing for it is devastating.  Especially when it was to GB.  It really kills momentum and morale.  

Kind of sucks Tampa and Indy are much improved.  I think Indy has been quietly building a nice young roster overall last couple of years.  Just having trouble tying it all together.

Our season isn’t determined by schedule though.  Schedule is winnable, and you have to beat best eventually to win anyway.  

It will be health, coaching and QB play.   

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How I see the Bears schedule

-They have a 12-4 Defense

-An 8-8 head coach

-A 7-9 GM

-A 6-10 QB either way

That math comes out to 8-8

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1 hour ago, WindyCity said:

How I see the Bears schedule

-They have a 12-4 Defense

-An 8-8 head coach

-A 7-9 GM

-A 6-10 QB either way

That math comes out to 8-8

They have a 10-6 head coach. They have an 8-8 play caller.

That also may change if he isn't handicapped by awful QB play.

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Just now, beardown3231 said:

They have a 10-6 head coach. They have an 8-8 play caller.

That also may change if he isn't handicapped by awful QB play.

I don't agree with Nagy being a bad play caller.  I think the offense couldn't execute due to poor coaching decisions and practices and personnel.

When offense can't execute there is no being a good play caller.  Nothing works and then you start getting cute, because you have to, and it just excaberates the problem.

So I guess I am more in line with Windy.  Nagy was a bad HC in 2019, he made inexperienced coaching moves and decisions.  Hopefully he learned from his mistakes.  

 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, dll2000 said:

I don't agree with Nagy being a bad play caller.  I think the offense couldn't execute due to poor coaching decisions and practices and personnel.

When offense can't execute there is no being a good play caller.  Nothing works and then you start getting cute, because you have to, and it just excaberates the problem.

So I guess I am more in line with Windy.  Nagy was a bad HC in 2019, he made inexperienced coaching moves and decisions.  Hopefully he learned from his mistakes.  

 

 

 

What inexperienced coaching moves and decisions did he make?

If anything it was lack thereof. They kept most of their staff from 2018 and things got much worse. Who could've saw that coming?

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