I'm not so sure that the Bears hang on and finish 2nd in the NFCN.
Three of their last four games are on the road... the Vikings, the Cardinals and the Lions.
And their lone home game is against the Packers.
As a matter of fact, the Bears could fall short of the Playoffs if they stumble down the home stretch.
I was looking at that today. We really have placed ourselves well by having beaten Dallas, Green Bay, Chicago and Minnesota, we are set up pretty well to move up in playoff seeding position. If we finish as a division winner or a wild card. As a division winner, we would have the tie breaking edge over whomever wins the NFC North, moving us up one position there. If we end up in the wild card against any of the above mentioned teams, we win the tiebreaker and move up to the number 5 slot. Those games have proven to be the most important wins of our season.