Chicago Bears Schedule in 2014
The Chicago Bears are ready to do whatever it takes to win as many games as possible,
and they've got some tough matchups on the schedule awaiting them. Chicago will face an early test in September 14th when
they head west to face the San Francisco 49ers. The Niners are one of the best teams in the NFC, and Chicago would make a
real statement by torching their vaunted defense and racking up the points.
The Bears will head to Foxborough, MA on
October 26th to play against one of the AFC's best teams, the New England Patriots. The Pats have one of the best quarterbacks
ever in Tom Brady, so the Chicago defensive front will look to put pressure on the future Hall-of-Famer.
will bring one of the biggest games of the year, as Chicago will travel to Green Bay to play against the hated Packers. Chicago
will also host the Packers earlier in the year, on September 28th. Both of these games mean a lot to the organization and
the fans, but they also could be instrumental in dictating who comes out on top in the NFC North standings this season. Make
sure to check out the rest of the Bears schedule to see what else is on tap for 2014.
Chicago Bears Team Info
Bears are ready to make a run at the postseason, hoping that quarterback Jay Cutler can stay healthy and on the field in 2014.
Armed with one of the best offenses in the National Football League, Chicago has a very high ceiling right now. Cutler has
two fantastic receivers to throw to in Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery. Jeffery came on in a big way last season, posting
some huge games on his way to a huge year. The team also has a top running back in Matt Forte. If the defense can play well,
this team could make a run at the NFC North crown.
When the Bears take to the gridiron
this season, you're going to want to be there to see this team take on all of the top opponents that the National Football
League has to offer. Watching the game from home doesn't seem to hold a candle to being there in the stands to enjoy all of
the action, and Bears fans that have been to Soldier Field know that to be the case. However, games away from home can be
even more fun, as you'll get to see the Bears silence the opposing crowd with every touchdown. Soldier Field is just one of
those places you have to get to every now and then if you're a Bears fan, or if you're just a football fan in general. Built
in 1924 as a memorial to fallen American soldiers in World War One, Soldier Field has been the perfect backdrop for great
football games for quite a while, and that's not something that's going to change any time in the near future. Put down the
remote and get ready to see a big game that you'll be talking about long after it's all over.
Chicago Bears Trivia
did Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery play his college ball?
The answer is South Carolina, where Jeffrey put
himself on NFL radar screens. When he slipped out of the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft the Bears pounced on the talented
wideout in the second round. Jeffrey had a breakout season in 2013, racking up more than 1,400 receiving yards in just his
second season in the pros.
Chicago Bears History
The Chicago Bears franchise was founded in 1919 and made
the Windy City their home two years later. The Bears took home a multitude of NFL Championships in the National Football League
before the merger with the American Football League, including four in the 1940s alone. Led by legendary head coach Mike Ditka,
the Bears took home the Super Bowl title in 1985 with one of the top defenses in the history of the league, a unit that set
a record for the fewest points allowed in a season that stood for more than a decade. The Bears have won the NFC North division
three times and have been to the postseason often throughout their storied history. The Bears have a long and illustrious
history that makes them one of the best franchises in the entire league, with so many all-time greats having played for them
that it's just about impossible to remember them all. Dick Butkus, Mike Ditka, Walter Payton and Gayle Sayers are just a few
of the amazing players that have dominated on the gridiron for the Bears, and you never know when the next all-time great
is going to burst onto the scene with a banner day. The Bears will look to add another Super Bowl Championship to their resume
as soon as possible.