The Bears schedule coming out of their bye week

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With a little more than half of their season left, the Bears enter a full week of practice after their bye. Sitting at 2-4 on the season, there is much room for improvement. However, how much better they look may be dependent on their opponents.

The Bears clearly faced one of the hardest stretches of their schedule in the first three weeks of the year. But they aren’t out of the woods yet. Still remaining on the schedule is the likes of Denver, St. Louis and a rematch with Green Bay.

No one expects the Bears to compete for a playoff spot, but finding out how good this roster can be is still important. The Bears get back on the field Sunday at home against Minnesota.

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