The Bears have been playing great football over the last few weeks, and their five-game winning streak proves that. Chicago has six games left on their regular-season schedule, and those five games could be much worse.
The Bears are scheduled to play their next three games against AFC West opponents, then the Seattle Seahawks before traveling to Green Bay and Minnesota to close out the season.
Week 12, at Oakland Raiders
This Week 12 matchup would have been a lot easier for the Bears if it weren't in Oakland, since the Oakland faithful have been known to get a bit rowdy in the stands. While the Raiders aren't the best team, they have a solid run game with Michael Bush and Darren McFadden (when he returns), and the acquisition of Carson Palmer is looking like a good one.
The Bears can beat Oakland, but even with Jay Cutler, it would have been a tough task.
Week 13, vs. Kansas City Chiefs
The Bears can very easily beat the Chiefs when they host them Week 13. The Chiefs have been without starting RB Jamaal Charles all season, and they recently lost QB Matt Cassel for the season.
Even without Jay Cutler, the Bears will be favorites against the Chiefs.
Week 14, at Denver Broncos
Whenever a team has Tim Tebow as their QB, they have a good chance of winning, and the Broncos have proven that to be true—winning four of five games this season with Tebow as their starter.
The Bears' defense can lead them to a win, and their offense can put up the necessary points against the Denver defense that's been getting better every week.
Week 15, vs. Seattle Seahawks
I don't care who the Bears' QB is, they should beat the Seahawks any day of the week.
Week 16, at Green Bay Packers
There are chances that this game will be a loss, but the Packers and Bears always play a tight game (no matter who's injured) because of the rivalry between these two teams.
Week 17, at Minnesota Vikings
The Bears will most likely be the favorites in this matchup, but being on the road will probably hurt the Bears. They can still win, but it won't be an easy task.