Chicago Bears 2015 Schedule: Month-by-month analysis

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October: 1-2 Record

The Bears host the Oakland Raiders in Week 4. They won just three games last season, and they have trouble playing east. Playing east of Texas, they lost 15 games in a row. Going into a possibly cool Soldier Field, they will continue to have trouble.

Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio meets his old boss in John Fox. He will do all he could to change things up, but this will be a big Bears victory. After struggling against the Seahawks, the Bears offense will hum in this game and look really good. This will be an easy Bears victory, and the fans will be happy as the Bears are at .500 after a quarter of the season is played.

Week 5 may be the key to the entire 2015 Chicago Bears season. The Bears travel to Kansas City to face the Chiefs. The Chiefs are another one of those good defensive teams, but with a struggling offense.

Last season, NO Chiefs wide receiver scored a touchdown. The Bears new-look run defense will be tested, though, with the Chiefs’ running game.

This will be a game that will go down to the wire. There will be some key turnovers on both sides, and the one offense that make the big play will end up winning the game.

If the Bears win the game, it will give them a winning record and momentum going into the couple of games. They have some tough games coming up and losing this game may send them into a tailspin.

The Bears travel to the hell that is Ford Field in Detroit to face the Lions. The Lions lost Ndamukong Suh in the middle, but they did replace him with Haloti Ngata. The Bears are looking to run more this season, so hopefully they can get Matt Forte going. Last season, the Bears did not even try to run Forte.

After finishing second in the NFC North last season, the Lions are looking to be the team to finally knock the Packers off their perch. Expect another ugly game by the Bears, and the Lions maul them.

The Bears have their bye in Week 7 and they will try to lick their wounds and start the rest of the season.

Next: November