Chicago Bears: Predicting win-loss record for the 2022 season

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Chicago Bears 2022 season predictions — Weeks 13-18: 1-4 Record

Now the Chicago Bears get to the tail end of the season. In Week 13, they again face the Packers, this time at Soldier Field. Green Bay is humming now and preparing for its ultimate playoff failure. They beat the Bears again.

After their Week 14 bye, the Bears face another playoff contender, the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 15. The Eagles take this one.

In Week 16, the Bears travel to New York for the third time this season. This time they go to Orchard Park to face the Buffalo Bills. The Bills likely are battling for the top spot of the AFC. They roll over the Bears.

In Week 17, the Bears go to Detroit to take on the Lions for the second time. This is another close game, but the Lions again make critical errors to cost them the game. It’s nice to see the Bears win some because of that. We’re so used to seeing them make those errors.

In the regular season finale, Week 18, the Bears host the Vikings. At this point, Minnesota is likely fighting for a Wild Card spot. They end up winning this one.

So there we have it. The Chicago Bears finish the season with a 7-10 record. It’s just one more win than last season, but it’ll have a different feel to it. In 2021, the Bears looked lost and the coaching staff really failed them.

This season, there is less talent on the roster but the coaching will be much better. While they finish with another losing season, this one will garner a lot of hope. We’ll see development from Fields and the offensive line will be improved. The youngsters will get developed and then they’ll be in great shape to hit free agency and add to the roster.

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For the first time in a while, Chicago Bears fans will have excitement heading into an offseason. Considering the daunting task they faced taking over this team, this would be a pretty good beginning to Poles and head coach Eberflus’ rebuilding.