Drink the Kool-Aid...Drink It!!
Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Trust Brett Favre...
The second half of the Bears season is going to be as bad as the Packers first half. Over the next 6 games they will go 1-5 to bring their record to 7-8, including two losses to Green bay and setting up a monster finally against Minnesota.
Green Bay on the other hand, will finish 4-2, bringing their schedule to 6-9 and absolutely owning the tie breaker between them and the Bears with the season sweep.
Chicago plays Minnesota at Minnesota the final game of the year, where they will lose and finish the year at 7-9.
Green Bay, on the other hand, finishes the season with Seattle at home. A victory here puts the Pack in the playoffs, and they will crush Seattle, who will have nothing left to play for as by then they will own home field, and the Packers will be your NFC North champions, assuming the Vikings continue getting rawked on the road.
Likely? Not at all. Out of the realm of possibility? Check the schedules and you tell me. Chicago plays Tampa, Pitt, GB, and Minn on the road, while Green Bay only has to go to Chicago (Favre's house by now) Philly (minus TO and McNabb)and Baltimore, arguably the worst team in the league.
Schedule is definitely favorable kiddos.