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Reminder: NFL schedule to be released Tuesday at 6 p.m.

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The NFL will reveal the regular-season schedule on Tuesday at 6 p.m. on NFL Network.

We will have a full breakdown and analysis here after the dates come out.

All we know right now is the Bears will open the regular season Sept. 13 at Green Bay on NBC's "Sunday Night Football."

In addition to the home-and-home games with Detroit, Green Bay and Minnesota, the Bears have these opponents:

Home

Arizona
St. Louis
Cleveland
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia

Away

San Francisco
Seattle
Baltimore
Cincinnati
Atlanta

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The Bears do not have an easy schedule by any means, but we should be able to sweep the division so that gives us 6 wins....maybe one loss to the vikings, but I dont think so. This all hinders on me feeling we need Torry Holt, and another WR at the 49th pick with some other good picks on defense taken the remainder of the draft.
WONDER IF PACKERBACKER likes the fact he's going back to the Dells with his parents? Packers will lose both games to the bears. That was a previous conversation from the 9th. Hope he reads this.

I see us beating at home: Arizona, Rams, Cleveland and Philly.
The steelers/bears game is going to be a really really good game.
I have Bears Pride, so Id love to say 16-0...SUPERBOWL and all that, but realisticly...putting my Coachness aside....I think we can beat the Steelers but it will be close.
Away: We should beat...49ers, Seahawks, the Bungles, ...the Ravens and Falcons will be good games.
I think we can come out of all this with a total of at least 12 games this year. Cutler will have really good protection, Hester will "make" catches on open routes, the deep ball will be back, and our running game/defense will be back to its true form...
We will also, once we make playoffs, go deep into the playoffs. I would like to see us win enough games to have homefield advantage. Soldiers Field is no easy place to play come winter time. BEARSSSSSSS

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