What will the Bears do to avoid the “Wild Card”?

Bears fans will get their first glimpse of a new team this week in their home opener against the Carolina Panthers.

Bears fans won’t get the first glimpse at a new Bears team in their first season in Chicago, but the game will be on TV on Fox.

Bears coach Marc Trestman said the team will “look at everything” to try to make sure they have a shot at a wild-card spot.

It’s not a guarantee, but if you’re in a position to be a wild card, there’s no better place to be than right now.

The Bears are 2-3 and have been a top-five team in the NFC South for the past three seasons.

The team has a lot of confidence in their new quarterback, Mitchell Trubisky, who started his career as a quarterback in the NFL.

But the Bears also have to find a way to get a few more wins out of Trubick’s rookie season.

The Packers, Bears and Steelers are all within a game of each other in the division.

Bears quarterback Mitch Trubough said he’ll have a lot to work on this week.

“You’re not going to find every single play, but you’re going to get the most out of each play,” he said.

“We have to learn to trust each other and trust the process, and we’ll continue to do that.”

Trubo’s game will start with a short pass, and the Packers will get a quick look at that.

The first play in the game is Trubowick making a scramble with Trubolo in the backfield, and Truboro throws the ball away.

But Trubomo then drops back and makes a play on the next play to get into the end zone for the first touchdown of the game.

Bears rookie quarterback Mitch White is expected to start, but that could change after he left with a concussion last week.

He was evaluated on Friday and is not expected to play on Sunday.

The Cowboys are 0-3 in the wild-cards this season, but coach Jason Garrett said he expects to start Dak Prescott in the opener.

He’s not ready to make a call on Prescott until Monday, but he will give him the benefit of the doubt because of his performance in the Cowboys’ win over the Eagles.

Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant was named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player.

He had a career-high seven catches for 108 yards and two touchdowns.

Prescott had three catches for 35 yards.

The Panthers opened the season with a 10-6 loss at Tampa Bay.