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I’m ready to turn the page on the 2018 season.

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Can we get to Chicago Bears’ training camp in Bourbonnais already?"Being who you thought we were since 2005!Log In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBearsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsThe Bears DenNotesXs and OsSuperfansBreaking News:The Bears' 2019 Draft class is complete!脳Bears have 5th best odds to win Super Bowl LIV in 2020New Youth Taylor Gabriel Jerseys ,12commentsI’m ready to turn the page on the 2018 season. Can we get to Chicago Bears’ training camp in Bourbonnais already?CSTShareTweetShareShareBears have 5th best odds to win Super Bowl LIV in 2020Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY SportsWe haven’t even determined who will be playing in Super Bowl LII in Atlanta on February 3, 2019, but there are already odds available for Super Bowl LIV, which will take pace on February 3, 2020, from the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. A lot can happen between now and then (draft, free agency, injury coaching changes, etc.), but that’s not stopping Jeff Sherman (@golfodds) from sharing some early odds, and the Chicago Bears are checking in with the fifth best chances to win the whole damn thing next year. Here are the top 5 favored teams to win Super Bowl LIVLos Angeles Rams - 6/1Kansas City Chiefs - 7/1New Orleans Saints - 8/1New England Patriots - 10/1Chicago Bears & Los Angeles Chargers - 12/1When was the last time the Bears had these kind of odds in their favor? Fresh off a 12-4, NFC North crown, and a disappointing loss in the wild card round, the Bears will be a popular pick to win it all next season. A lot of people will consider 2018 their one-year-away season Taylor Gabriel Jerseys Stitched , and expect them to make strides in 2019. They are still one of the younger teams in the NFL and even though the defensive coordinator is gone, the offense will come back in year two of the system to build off what they started this year.You guy like these odds?These odds just came across too... We’re going to predict the Chicago Bears 2019 record in each quarter of the season in this week’s WCG roundtable discussion! First up is the 1st Quarter..." Latest NewsNotesChicago Bears 2019 Season Predictions: 1st quarterNew,27commentsWe’re going to predict the Chicago Bears 2019 record in each quarter of the season in this week’s WCG roundtable discussion! First up is the 1st Quarter...CDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Chicago Bears 2019 Season Predictions: 1st quarterTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesWith the NFL revealing their 2019 schedule last week, we had to get in on the much-too-early Chicago Bears predictions, but we wanted to break the schedule down into four easy to digest portions of prognostications. Former Bears head coach, Lovie Smith, used to like to break the schedule into four quarters — much like a football game — so we’re going to do the same thing here at WCG. And we’re also going to do it roundtable style to get more of our Bears experts involved in the process. After checking out what we have to say, we want you guys to follow our format and give us your predictions in the comment section. Here’s how the Bears first quarter of the season will go. 1st QuarterWeek 1: vs. Green Bay Packers, Thursday, Sept. 5, 7:20 p.m., NBCWeek 2: at Denver Broncos, Sunday, Sept. 15, 3:25 p.m. Youth Nick Kwiatkoski Jerseys , FOXWeek 3: at Washington Redskins, Monday, Sept. 23, 7:15 p.m., ESPNWeek 4: vs. Minnesota Vikings, Sunday, Sept. 30, 3:25 p.m., CBS(All times Central)Lester A. Wiltfong Jr. - (4-0) We’ll learn about the 2019 Bears right away with tough match-ups against the rival Packers and a high altitude game in Denver, but I think the extra time to prep for the Broncos will give them the edge they need to buck history. Prime Time in Washington will be tough, but the Bears are the better team. The Vikings couldn’t beat the Bears when their playoff lives were on the line last year, so why would I think Kirk Cousins can do it in 2019. Erik Christopher Duerrwaechter - (4-0) Where the back-to-back road games may cause some discomfort, I don’t see any of these games being a real test early on. The Vic Fangio Revenge Game has a chance of being close. And, really, I’m ready to see the Bears annihilate the Packers in the season debut at home. Just gotta get my ticket to the game.Sam Householder - (3-1) The Bears can get off to a hot start with five winnable games but I’m not sure they can get through unblemished. The Broncos are an insane 21-1 at home in weeks one and two at home in their current stadium and 51-8-2 all-time. On the other side is Washington Nick Kwiatkoski Jerseys Stitched , who are 5-22 on Monday Night Football since 2000, including seven straight Monday night losses and a 2-15 record on MNF since 2008. The Vikings are likely to rebound from a down year last year, but by playing at home that game is still winnable for them. I have them dropping the week two match up against Vic Fangio (remember when Adam Gase knew how to attack Fangio’s D? I think Fangio will know how to slow Nagy’s offense).Ken Mitchell - (4-0) Green Bay will be struggling in getting both their offensive and defensive games lined out, and Chuck Pagano’s much more aggressive defense will eat “those people from Wisconsin” alive. I think Week 2 may be the hardest game of the season, because former coordinators know exactly how to attack their old teams and Fangio will make this one tough... still, Bears win. Washington’s a decent team but we should beat them, and color me somebody who has been unimpressed by Minnesota’s offseason.Aaron Leming - (3-1) As much as I want to give the Bears (4-0) through this stretch, Denver’s history at home through the first two games of the season is hard to deny. Add in the altitude aspect and I’m going to give them a loss there, just to play it “safe” There’s one or two of those games on the schedule where it feels like a loss and I can’t ignore that like I did last year with Miami.Robert Schmitz - (4-0) For as much hype as the matchup in Denver is getting, I don’t believe in Joe Flacco enough to predict a loss in this quarter. The season opener against Green Bay is as close to a lock as I can ask for (predominantly due to last year’s horror) and it’s Thursday night slot gives us a ridiculous amount of rest for the matchup against our former defensive coordinator. I don’t believe in either (Washington QB) Case Keenum or Cousins to compete with us, so those look like wins to me. Some wins may not be pretty (Week 2 and 3 come to mind) but I think the Bears are perfect to open the season.