Predictions for the 2022-23 season.


The schedule is out. I am late to the party posting. But I must say, most of us regulars here have been right in the past with these things. For me, I don’t see more than four wins on the schedule. The good news is that there are only three primetime games this year. Thankfully, the shitty football we watch is done and out of the way by late Sunday afternoon. Matt EberLOSE will have a fun year coaching this band of misfits.

The only wins I see are as follows: Texans, Giants, Lions (the first meeting) and, dare I say, the Packers. Yes. Those Packers in early December. Remember folks. There is one game every single season that the Bears have no business winning and end up doing so. I’m going all out with this prediction that the fourth and final victory of the season will be against the Packers.

Feel free to add your predictions in the comments. FIRE RYAN POLES!

8 Responses to “Predictions for the 2022-23 season.”

  1. John Says:

    This is about the best-looking season in terms of home-away symmetry that the Bears have had since 2013. I really liked how in the 2013 season the Bears alternated between playing two games at home and then two games on the road. (It’s too bad they couldn’t make do with the LAST home game of that season, notoriously.) For the first time since 2015, they start AND end the season at home. Incredible. I love those schedules where it feels like the team has more home games than they do away games (granted, yes, they do have the extra home game this year).

    Look at all those nice noon games. I love noon games. Keep the Bears nice and inconspicuous.

    I don’t know Fro Dog. I know that if the Bears blow it to the Texans at home, who I am still under the impression will be tanking this season as well, (and have Lovie Smith) there sure will be hell to pay. Obviously the Pack, Pats, and Bills will be dealing their share of losses, but some of these games I can’t really make a prediction. The 49ers can be crappy at times (and the Bears have won every even-year meeting with them going back to 2014). The Cowboys are also known to blow perfectly winnable home games from time to time. As for the games against the Giants, Vikings, Lions, Commanders, Dolphins, Jets, Falcons, Eagles, I think they are more toss ups than you give them credit for. It’s really going to be how the seasons are going for those teams when the Bears play them, and how the Bears are doing themselves. I can see easily see it going from the Bears somehow managing to blow them out, or getting blown out, to some sleeper OT or comeback thriller, like say at the Jets, at the Giants, or home against the Dolphins or Eagles.

    (My perspective of the Bears is really founded on the 2013 season, I have to say. XD They are a very inconsistent team.)

    My more optimistic side envisions the Bears winning all of those toss-up games to get to 10 wins and a position for playoffs, but I most certainly I have the tendency to overestimate the Bears, per usual.

    I checked their roster and I know even less about their wide receivers and tight ends than I did last season. Darnell Mooney and Cole Kmet are essentially it for me. But man, if David Montgomery and Khalil Herbert can really get it going with the running game, and so can Justin Fields, they might just have a chance.

    I really want them to beat the Eagles. The Eagles annoy me so much, almost as much as the Packers.

    Four of their last five games are at home. Imagine if they mattered.

  2. chucky Says:

    It would seem that the oddsmakers agree with you Fro.

    I think they win about four games this year too, and honestly, that might be overly optimistic. So far they have given me absolutely no reason at all to be optimistic. And just remember this: there is one common denominator in this. It’s called the McCaskey Crime Family, and they’re responsible for the train wreck we see every year. I’m fucking sick and tired of hearing about tradition, or the legacy of the McCaskey’s, and the networks always showing the OLD BITCH in her goddamned skybox. This is their mess, and this incompetent family of fuckwads needs to be called out on that.

  3. chucky Says:

    Holy shit, as if it can get any worse.

    Check out where the Bears landed, and for the real depressing part, check out where the lowly Detroit Lions came in. Ryan Poles doesn’t know his ass from a fucking goal post. This guy needs to get shitcanned right now. He’s going to prove to be worse than Ryan fucking Pace.

  4. Fro Dog Says:

    The Bears have completed taken the fun out of football for me. I cannot believe how awful this team is. It gets WORSE every year. Not better.

    Ryan Poles will be WORSE than Ryan Pace.

    With all of this garbage, I owe an apology to Jerry Angelo. Fuck this fucking franchise.

  5. chucky Says:

    Yeah, this will be one ugly-ass season for the Bears this year, even with an easy schedule. I worry for O’Bradovich. I hope he makes it through it.

    One question I’d like answered, off topic, I know, but why the fuck does David Ross still have a goddamn job in Chicago? The man can’t find his ass with both hands and a fucking road map!

  6. chucky Says:

    Cubs resident shitstain douchebag David Ross says he’s Marcus Stroman “getting in the zone”.

    4.0 innings pitched.
    10 hits.
    9 earned runs.3 home runs.
    7 strike outs.
    1 walk.

    Really Dave? What zone is that? Fuck you Ross, you useless sack of flaming dog shit! And fuck you too Jed FUCKING Hoyer, for keeping his sorry, stupid ass! Goddamnit!

  7. Pie in the Sky Says:

    I still have no idea why they signed Stroman.

  8. chucky Says:

    Pie, I know why. They’re fucking stupid.


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