General view of a helmet of the Chicago Bears at Bank of America Stadium on October 5, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina. General view of a helmet of the Chicago Bears at Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

At one point, the Chicago Bears were among the worst teams in the league and looked to be essentially eliminated from playoff contention when they had just a 2-7 record in November. But after three wins in four games, it sounds like the team isn’t giving up hope of making the playoffs just yet.

After a decisive win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday afternoon, Chicago Bears wide receiver says that he thinks the Chicago Bears can win all of their remaining games for the rest of the regular season and put themselves in the playoff conversation.

“Our plan is to win out,” Moore said according to Pro Football Talk.

The Bears currently have games against the Cleveland Browns, the Arizona Cardinals, the Atlanta Falcons and the Green Bay Packers remaining on the schedule, which are all winnable games if Chicago plays its best football.

However, even if the Bears are able to win all of their remaining games this season, that would give them just a 9-8 record, which is not likely to be enough to get them into the NFL postseason anyway.

But it sounds like the Beras are going to do everything they can to get in the playoffs anyway.

[670 The Score]