The Bears had a shot at the top-seed in the NFC going into the last week of the season, but the Atlanta Falcons beat the Carolina Panthers and enter the playoffs as the NFC favorite.
It’s hard not to look too far ahead. With the Bears having locked up the two-seed in the NFC, it’s only natural to envision how far the Bears could go.
This Bears’ season has come as a surprise to most, and there’s potential for it to get even more better before playoffs start.
Now that the Bears have clinched the NFC North, and a spot it the playoffs, there will inevitably be people wanting them to pull back and rest some players. But the Bears still have more to play for.
The Score’s Joe Ostrowski ranks the top ten NFL teams heading into week 10. The Bears don’t make his top ten, but a win over the Vikings might just push them over the limit.
Joe Ostrowski ranks the top ten teams in the NFL. And of course tells you where the Bears stack up.
Joe Ostrowski ranks the top ten teams in the NFL. And it probably won’t come as a surprise that the Bears aren’t in the list, but they’re not as far down as you might think.
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