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    2010 schedule

    Wk Date Game Stadium Time (ET) T
    1 Sep 12 DET @ CHI Soldier Field 1:00 PM FOX

    2 Sep 19 CHI @ DAL Cowboys Stadium 1:00 PM FOX

    3 Sep 27 GB @ CHI Soldier Field 8:30 PM ESPN

    4 Oct 03 CHI @ NYG New Meadowlands Stadium 8:20 PM NBC

    5 Oct 10 CHI @ CAR Bank of America Stadium 1:00 PM FOX

    6 Oct 17 SEA @ CHI Soldier Field 1:00 PM FOX

    7 Oct 24 WAS @ CHI Soldier Field 1:00 PM FOX

    8 Bye
    9 Nov 07 CHI @ BUF Rogers Centre 1:00 PM FOX

    10 Nov 14 MIN @ CHI Soldier Field 1:00 PM FOX

    11 Nov 18 CHI @ MIA Sun Life Stadium 8:20 PM NFLN

    12 Nov 28 PHI @ CHI Soldier Field 1:00 PM FOX

    13 Dec 05 CHI @ DET Ford Field 1:00 PM FOX

    14 Dec 12 NE @ CHI Soldier Field 1:00 PM CBS

    15 Dec 20 CHI @ MIN Mall of America Field 8:30 PM ESPN

    16 Dec 26 NYJ @ CHI Soldier Field 1:00 PM CBS

    17 Jan 02 CHI @ GB Lambeau Field 1:00 PM FOX


    Due to flexible scheduling, the kickoff time of games in the latter part of the season are subject to change.

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    Ideal would be to go 5-2 into the bye week...I think it's doable...those last 4 weeks are ROUGH though!
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    We gotta get through training camp first....I'll be throwing predictions out there on Sept 5th.
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    I'm not seeing the 5 in the 5 and 2. Lie Downs, Carolina, and Seattle are 3. I'm thinking they can pull out a few games that are up in the air (Miami, Washington, the Giants), but wouldn't be realyl surprised by 5-11. Of course, if they remain injury free and get better O-Line and WR performance they could go as high as 10-6.

    Plus, those Minnesota games become wins if Brett Favre isn't playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerH View Post
    I'm not seeing the 5 in the 5 and 2. Lie Downs, Carolina, and Seattle are 3. I'm thinking they can pull out a few games that are up in the air (Miami, Washington, the Giants), but wouldn't be realyl surprised by 5-11. Of course, if they remain injury free and get better O-Line and WR performance they could go as high as 10-6.

    Plus, those Minnesota games become wins if Brett Favre isn't playing.
    Doubt Favre will be as good as he was next year. Plus, we still beat them last season, and the game still mattered, since the Vikes could have gotten home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
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