Daaaaaaah Bears. Their recent seasons have been daaaah pressing. The Chicago Bearsl have not been to the postseason since 2010. They have actually only been to the playoffs 4 times in the 21st century. As a franchise, they have won one Super Bowl in 1985, and won the NFC 4 times, with 18 division titles. They have seen a number of great players take the field over the years, including the likes of Bronko Nagurski, Willie Galimore, Walter Payton, Sid Luckman, Dick Butkus, Bill George, Clyde Turner and George McAfee.
More recently, they have struggled to play .500 football, and haven’t made the playoffs and things may get worse before they get better.
Chicago Bears Next Game
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Chicago Bears Score
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Chicago Bears Standings
Let’s see how the rest of the division is doing compared to the Chicago Bears. Standings are updated after each game. Check back often to keep up on their inter-division rivals.
Chicago Bears Record
Key dates in the team history. January 26, 1986: The Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. This moment lives on in Bears fans’ memories 30 years later. This was when they beat the Patriots 46-10 in a blowout, and gave them their only Super Bowl win.
How strong is the team within its division/conference? Not good. This team has disappointed their fans year after year, making less than a handful of playoff appearances in 20 years. They’re likely not getting better any time soon.
What are the team’s main strengths vs weaknesses? Well, they have a lot of cap space, and low expectations. So they’ve got that going for them. Which is nice.
How far does the team usually go in the league? The team goes as far as Jay Cutler will take them, and that simply hasn’t been the postseason. The Bears are favoured to stay among the cellar-dwelling teams for some time to come, unless something massive happens. Expect Bears fans to have to relive the glory days of the 80s, until the current team does anything at all. If they want to see a playoff game, they’ll have to find one on Youtube or an old VHS tape.